I found this book really entertaining and interesting: Ron Wood's tales are a lot and you never get bored while reading his autobiography.
Nevertheless, every story sounds amazing as long as it's true, fantasy has no room into a biography. It shouldn't.
So, when I got to a precise point though the book, I felt some reasonable doubts about what I was listening to...
What is really impressive to me is the number of famous musicians and, in general, celebrities that Ron happens to have run into, from Jimi Hendrix to Clapton, Muhammad Ali, George Harrison, Elvis and just anyone you may name: Ron has jammed, partied or made friends with all of them (except he apparently never met Hitler, Jesus and Cleopatra).
After all he's a member of The Rolling Stones, one of the most famous rock bands on earth, and it's very likely he's got this kind of opportunities all the time.
I want to believe him, I want to believe it all... but when I read that one day Peter Grant (the legendary Led Zeppelin's manager, for the few that don't know his name) gave him a call claiming that Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham wanted him to be the guitarist for the "New Yardbirds" and, having Ronnie Wood turned him down twice, "they hired Jimmy Page instead"... come on man! What are you talking about??
The problem is that he apparently wasn't joking at all, and this got me a little concerned about the rest I read until the last page being genuine. Let's say that at this particular point I was seriously considering to put the book down. Forever.