I have read a lot of rock 'n' roll memoirs. Many are a cover to cover account of how many drugs that particular rock star managed to get down their neck during their career, money they threw away, people they slept with along the way and little else. Whilst Too High, Too Far, Too Soon certainly documents years of drug abuse it also tells a seemingly very honest, tragic, humorous and fascinating story. Once I began reading I only put this book down when I had to.
The decadent highs of hanging out backstage at Glastonbury and the stories of the rock'n'roll stars that went with it, transcend into the lost soul in the grasps of hard drug addiction.
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