jose juarez, November 20, 2008 (view all comments by jose juarez)
Whatever happened to this guy? Oddly enough it really is a interesting story, true story. He really had a weird granpa. Come As You Are: The story of Nirvana is a much better rock star bio.
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saturnineinch, December 9, 2007 (view all comments by saturnineinch)
Repulsive and morbidly fascinating. A truly thought-provoking and well-written book: not only a retelling of Marilyn Manson's life, but also an examination of fame, death, decadence, anger, publicity, and human nature.
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Harikumarjs, August 30, 2007 (view all comments by Harikumarjs)
A truly addictive book, excruciating from the view of Manson. Whoever is a fan of the 'Shock Rock' king Marilyn Manson must read this autobiographical work. It comprises and elucidates Manson's feelings and distress in a world governed by aimlessly unmotivated inner desires. It's appalling and shocking that a boy of Manson's character then was flabbergastingly transformed into the new self. It exemplfies the consequences and circumstances Manson had to face in his life that he has become what he is now. It's apparently a 'long hard road out of hell' in the way it's written.
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The 150,000-copy national bestselling autobiography of Marilyn Manson, America's most controversial celebrity icon, is offered with a bonus chapter not included in the hardcover. "By turns moving, funny, appalling, disturbing. . . . There has never been anything like it".--"Rolling Stone". 80 b&w photos. 16-page color insert.
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