My Appetite For Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N' Roses Hardcover – Jul 19 2010
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A lad discovers that he can walk between alternate Earthsand is swept up in a war between them in this fast-paced, compulsively readable tale. Joey gets lost in his own house, but when he steps into a patch of fog and finds himself in a world where he died, a trillion Earths lie open to himarranged in a vast arc, with an empire of science-based planes at one end and a realm where magic rules at the other. Recruited into an army of anything-but-identical Joeys gathered from many of these worlds and charged with maintaining the balance of power, Joey picks up companions both human and non as he travels the multidimensional In Between that links the sprawling "Altiverse." In this first of what could and should be many episodes, Joey finishes his basic training by doing battle with melodramatically evil magic workers Lord Dogknife and Lady Indigo. Vivid, well-imagined settings and characters compensate for weak links in the internal logic of this rousing sf/fantasy hybrid. Peters, John --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
“Great for the die-hard GNR fan…This is a cautionary tale, all the way.” (Penthouse)See all Product Description
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I remember reading Slash's 2007 autobiography, which was really good, and reading in the autobiography about Adler and what he was like. I can say that after reading this book Slash was right in his portrayal of Adler in his own bio. Steven is really this trippy, joyful character but drugs played a big role in his life and ruined a lot of things for him. I'm glad that's been doing much better lately and that he received the help and support he needed to get over his addictions and problems.Read more ›
Steven's book is a good read. It gives you a great look into the madness that went along with being the drummer in one the biggest bands in the world. You definitely get the impression he was/is just a happy go lucky 15 year old for life. Some great tales are recounted in this book that I haden't heard before and his side of his departure is interesting, albeit it I wouldn't necessarily trust his perspective on the matter.
In the end you feel sorry for the guy. If given more of a chance he probably could have helped make the illusions a greater disks. Sadly, the book after he got kicked out of GNR was a bit of a bore. I got high, I messed up, I got high, I messed up... repeat. Shocking one body could endure so much damage and still be with us.
If your a gnr fan this book is a must but I wouldn't necessarily believe everything in here is the truth. 3 solid stars
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