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5.0 out of 5 stars
Fascinating, 12 Nov. 2013
As a long in the tooth Smiths and Morrissey fan I was slightly apprehensive about reading this autobiography of the genius that is Morrissey. I was wrong to be, as the book is a wonderful and beautiful account of the most talented singer/wordsmith that has ever lived. From his childhood days in gloomy Manchester to Hollywood love and sun it never fails to engage and entrall. The saddness felt from the long and unjust courtcase cannot fail to move and fill the reader with anger and bitterness on behalf of the man himself. I am gutted I have read it as I never wanted it to end.