This book attempts to document Luger's life from birth until now in around 220 pages. It is a very quick and easy read, took all of 6 hours for me. I am a wrestling fan, but was never one of Luger's, always kind came off as stale and outdated. The book spends a lot of time talking about pre-wrestling, a small amount on wrestling, and a decent sized portion religious crap. Unlike other books about "the road to redemption" this one really does not preach until the epilogue, which makes it tolerable. I wish there was more about wrestling and many people in his life beyond himself. It does come off rather self centered in many points of the book as it just lacks any real substantive information on others. Maybe because it is 220 pages and he had to cut down, I don't know, but it makes the book come off as hollow in a number of places.
If you want a quick and easy read about Luger's life, go for it, you won't be disappointed per se, just kind of feeling like there just a lack of detail. If you want it for the wrestling only, you will probably get mad. It is rather short, not specific about much, and focusing more on his personal problems.