4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 23 March 2001
A witty and scary book that delves into the mind of a serial drug abuser, how it affects his family, friends and work. Jerry was the defining force behind the childrens television show A.L.F. He writes from a fresh perspective reflecting on the self abuse and on how easy it is to give in to drug lust and addiction. Enough to scare most people away from trying Heroin or other hard drugs. You must buy this book!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 8 August 2005
I am not much of a reader at all but i've got to say that this book (to term a cliche) was unputdownable! I love this type of story which takes him and you; the reader to hell and back. I bought the book when it first came out in the mid nineties and read it then. It was great then and seems even better now. If there was a story that could get kids/adults etc off drugs then this is it!! Am looking forward to getting the movie and reviewing that too.