This book is rather prescient if you ask me. The author was very recently a guest on the Novara radio show on resonance fm. In the book, he comes across as a John Lydon of the modern age. Youll enjoy this if you enjoyed either of Keith Prince's or Tom O'connor's memoirs. It's enlightening, but by the end, you still feel you need a little more light shed in order to make it to the end of the tunnel. There are better books out there on this subject matter, but as a starting point, this isn't exactly the worst book you could choose.