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A little bit boring,
This review is from: Mick Jagger (Paperback)
This is a moderately interesting book for readers who do not know much of the Rolling Stones history. Mick Jagger appears to be a rather closed person so it must be hard to write a biography about him. This book has not solved that problem. The reader doesn't learn much about who he is, what drives him, what his ideals are, and so forth. Instead, the author writes much about Jagger's love life, the many partners he had, and the children he fathered with four different partners. Reading this, and his endless pursuit of new women, becomes quite boring after a while. Another drawback is that there is very little about the music he made. Albums are mentioned, but the reader doesn't learn about how they were made, what Jagger did when making the album, and what his views were on the music he was making. Probably only Mick Jagger can write a good biography about Mick Jagger, if he wants to.