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Angels Dance and Angels Die: The Tragic Romance of Pamela and Jim Morrison Paperback – 1 Apr 2001
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Sadly know not a lot more now about pamela after Jim even to her death was she a heroine addict ?was Jim one or just an alcoholic . How did he die ?
More questions than answers
Pamela may have had alot of bad sides - who doesn't. But Jim obviously loved her as she did him and this books shows that no matter how destructive their relationship may have sometimes been they were drawn back to each other constantly.
The beautiful colour pictures are worth buying the book for alone as they show a stunning young couple enjoying life and each other. The people who put Pamela down are jealous because she was beautiful women who had a connection with Jim that NO-ONE else had and she tragically couldn't live without him. Maybe if some of the people around them had been there to help they would still be alive today.
Read it and read a true romance, however painful it sometimes is, and see parts of our lives and loves between every page. May they rest in peace
She presents a seemingly honest, well-researched, candid portrayal of Jim and Pam. Other books barely scratched the surface/acknowledged the importance of Pam in Jim's life. We always knew she was there, but never who she was. I think Patricia Butler attempted to present a true picture of Jim/Pam and she did a great job.
No one will ever know exactly what their relationship was really like - but I believe PB presents the most likely scenario.