Top positive review
An open and honest read.
on 25 June 2016
Brilliant autobiography from an extraordinary person. The Runaways were more than a female band consisting of young precocious teenage girls, they were a great rock band, and Cherie was a great front person.
But as a fan, I knew that Kim Fowley was not a good role model for these girls, but never for a second did I think that he was this bad.
This a fantastic book, which shows Cherie to be an incredibly brave and resilient person, with an incredible capacity for forgiveness. She doesn't hold back at all, admits her own faults, but her character shines through, and her ability to deal with everything and come through it on top is an example to us all.
Even if you have never heard of Cherie Currie or the Runaways, this is still a book well worth reading.