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on 22 May 2014
Many moons back I bought Frank's other books 'An Hour for Magic' and 'Feast of Friends' and both were a refreshing take on the Morrison tale. This seems to be an amalgam of those two books with additional material. The story is presented through a series of interviews, very relaxed feel of two friends at any given time recalling their own friend. It's a welcome and refreshing approach to the conventional biography format, a format in desperate need of new ideas.

I really enjoyed this book. Instead of peeking through the keyhole of an artists life, as is the case in many music bio's, this one invites you into the conversations held in this book. It's a welcoming and informative read, maybe even best explains the what this Morrison fella was actually like.

As Morrison books go- this is well worth your money.
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on 3 August 2014
Very moving. As a fan of the Doors, simply the best book that I have ever read about Jim Morrison. Full of personal memoirs and anecdotes from those that really knew him , it's a three dimensional book; awarding a detailed, realistic account of this talented but hugely complex character. Easily readable, divided into individual memoirs. You can start anywhere with this book; the beginning, middle or end. A treasure for fans, I thoroughly recommend it!!!
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on 24 October 2014
This is a splendid read and gives a true representation of the man instead of the insulting image provided by the "Doors" movie. Obviously you will have to come to your own conclusions but anyone with an ounce of common sense will discover a kind, humorous and extremely intelligent man. Well worth the investment.
Regards Happy Go Lucky
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on 26 May 2014
I have been a life long doors fan and can say that this the best Morrison book I have ever read! I couldnt put it down and especially loved the sections by Eva Gardonyi and Babe Hill. Lots of references to Pamela aswell which I have not read before, even after reading Angels Dance and Angels Die. A great book!
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on 5 January 2016
All's good, product, price and delivery.
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