Finally an opportunity to "find out for yourself." He is candid, and that is what you hope for in an autobiography. Could it use editing and chapters? Maybe, but it does not and this adds to some of his major overall points and it is his book; get over it. Will you get restless at times? Maybe. Are you looking for a linear and legendary narrative and hoping to critique based in your expectations? If so, stop and ask yourself if you know anything or wish to know anything about him. In the end, he tells us why "you are so sick and tired," why fame can be fatal, and where he is today. Themes: conspiracies surround him ALWAYS; abuse and schooling; preoccupation with mortality and body image; redemption and evidence of it; legend status immortality; social justice and hypocrisy (governance, music industry, food sector).