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It's a sad and amazing story of life, told in a simple yet funny way.
I walked out with a deep appreciation of the author and all that he has had to endure to bring us something real, both in his personal life and as a musician.
I read it in about 2 or 3 readings, which should let you know about how rivetting the book is.
I am a huge Eels fan, and Things the Grandchildren Should Know is my favorite song, so it was just natural that I'd read this. I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martina Ziegenfuss
This is a wonderful book. Hard but at the same time funny and honest. You won't want it to finishPublished 3 months ago by Gemma
I'm so happy I bought this book (I felt like I was reading an Eels song)! It was full of emotion, humor and sadness, but still very down-to-earth and easy to relate to. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Meagan Lawton
A story of a life surrounded by tragedy inspired the author to delve into his music writing career. The book explains the nature of the music of the band called the Eels.Published 10 months ago by Farnha29
Mark Oliver Everett has been through a lot in his life and this book is an outlet for him to share his experiences with the world. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. Duggins
Well written life story.Informative and somehow encouraging story of Everetts life so far.
If you have an interest or are an Eels fan than this book is for you.
I don't really do a lot of reviews of things here. But, having just finished the book I decided to visit and provide one. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jon C. Trask
Havent finished this yet but so far its interesting. It was reccommend to me by a friend. Im a fan of the eelsPublished 13 months ago by Hatchscratch
Surprisingly or not, this is an autobiography written at the same time with a poetical language and a certain disenchantment with life and fate. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nuno Casimiro