I found Chris O'Dell a very uninteresting person. She obviously could only define herself and her existence by constantly being in the company of famous bands, their wives/girlfriends, Apple employees and various others who were linked to them in one role or another. If she found herself jobless, even for a short time, she was 'bored'. When she was acting as an assistant to any of them, she mostly lived in their homes, didn't have to buy her own food or drinks, lived what many of her contemporaries would think an exciting privileged life, yet had to indulge in all the drugs and alcohol she could get in to her. I was a young teenager when the Beatles and then the Stoned had their first chart successes and have read quite a few books which give more information about them by their families and people they grew up with as well as people in their immediate circle. I am wary of biographies where the author is apparently able to recall minor conversations from 45 years ago! I only managed to read half of this book because I was bored reading about Chris O'Dell's obsession with herself and 'famous' people.