I bought this book for a greater insight into AC/DC but especially the man, the myth, the legend that was Bon Scott.
And the book doesn't disappoint in that regard. The authors provide a unique perspective on how the early albums were constructed and I now look on them differently when playing them.
I wish there had been even greater discussion on the immediate aftermath of Bon's death and how the individual band members felt and coped.
The book is comprehensive although I felt it perhaps rushed over parts of the Brian Johnston era in comparison to the Bon era. That said, I would heartily recommend it to any AC/DC fan as an essential addition to their collection.