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on 18 May 2013
This is an extremely intriguing look at the Stones from within their camp and gives some real insight into how they lived out a lot of their early days and giving particularly riveting accounts of Brian Jones, Keith Richards and less so but also Mick Jagger.
The ending does fee a bit rushed but does reflect the tone of the book which is a personal reflection on the writers time with the Stones and I think that seems a fair excuse but it is a bit sloppy at the end.
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4.5 out of 5 stars
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£3.79