The subject matter is fascinating and, whilst I have no idea as to it's accuracy, the book is packed with information and hence worth reading. However, when compared with Keef's autobiography, in which he comes across as largely very genuine and only very occasionally and forgivably believing too much in his own myth, this book seems more exaggerated, often phrased rather so it reads as if serialised in The Sun or some other toilet paper. Furthermore, Bokris utilises the testimony of a handwriting analyst regarding Keith's character, when it has been shown in extensive testing that there is absolutely no scientific basis to the discipline. He also quotes, more than once, from Albert Goldman of all people, one of the most discredited biographers of all time. One can't but take the whole book with a large pinch of salt as a result. This all creates a constant irritation and Keith's own book is a far better experience.