Jackie Collins herself couldn't have plotted a more readable yarn (SUNDAY TIMES
Vodka for breakfast, secretary for lunch, signed the Stones at tea . . . It is as an entertaining, high-grade gossip sheet that this Brooklyn-born Caligula's memoirs function primarily, but they also provide an invaluable account of key stage in the hist (OBSERVER
A blisteringly entertaining read (INDEPENDENT
It provides a stream of fabulous anecdotes -a fight with Mick, a shared mistress with Marvin, and several disturbing encounters with MJ, who called him "Good Daddy"' ARENA ('His stories of the whispering venality of the image-obsessed young Michael Jackson wanting to renege on deals while appearing squeaky clean are very revealing . . . An entertaining book, his sex life alone being of Olympian proportions'
More outrageous than Julia Phillip's 'You'll Never Eat Lunch in this Town Again', more star-studded than Robert Evans's 'The Kid Stays in the Picture', this is the soul-baring memoir of the record industry's most outspoken - and self-destructive - music mogul.