The Long Hard Road Out of Hell Paperback – 30 Jun 1998
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1st trade edition paperback vg++ to fine condition. In stock shipped from our UK warehouse
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People who denounce Marilyn Manson as evil or disgusting should really read this book. I used to think the exact same way but now I see the man and his music in a totally different light.
I don't read many autobiographies but Marilyn Manson's autobiography is a profound and compelling (if somewhat disturbing) testimony of a life that was very nearly wasted but turned around by a need to help people (strange as that may seem!).
Buy it, buy it now is all I can say. If you are sitting there thinking he is just some strange weirdo you need to read this book. It is an insight into the man behind the make-up and the shocking image and a defiant fight against stupidity in our world in many forms.
A truly magnificent piece of literature, worthy of any Manson fan or anybody just out for a good read. I literally couldn't put it down.
You hit 'Buy It' yet?
There were always a lot of rumours about him, and this book cleared up most of them for me.
I read this book over three evenings, which is fairly quick for me. The majority of the book is really interesting, but at times a lot more detail would have been appreciated.
The things this guy got up to are pretty shocking. For example, according to this book, he came very close to actually murdering a couple people. Refraining from judging him as a person Brian Warner (or character Marilyn Manson), this book is worth a read if you know anything about him or want to.
This book once again confirms that Marilyn Manson is indeed a much more intelligent person than most critics portray him as and that his music and artistic expressions are his own way of stating his view of life and the values and morals in it. In the book is also included some of his early attempts of being a writer of short stories, trying to have them published in magazines. His story "All in the family" is truly a great short tale which captures your attention until the end. Despite having dark feel to it with disturbed characters, it manages to keep the entertainment up to its sadistic end.
I wish there was a second part to this autobiography and hope it is somewhere in the making.
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Great book if you're a fan of Manson, though I didn't really know how much of this to believe! He is clever in his image construction, after all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kayleigh Marie Edwards
Just bam... It's finished. In 1997? Wtf. I was enjoying it until then.
Was hoping for a lot more to read.
Absolutely incredible, engaging book. I couldn't put it down, the variety of having his original journalism pieces, crazy Christian threat letters, diary exerts and rejection... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book came a couple of days after I ordered it in excellent quality, almost as if it had only been handled in a book shop, extremely happy with the product, price and service.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great value , practically mint condition and fast postage . Would highly recommend .Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Such a good read. I've read this more than once and I love it every time. Very descriptive!Published 6 months ago by samantha benson