Having only lately discovered Mr. Millar, I wasn't sure if Suzy, Led Zeppelin, and Me would be as ...er... up to snuff as his other works.
I was way off base with this worry. This title is far above and beyond what I could have dreamed.
It's a painfully honest look at what it means to be an adolescent boy, complete with all the humiliating flights of fancy, vicious spiteful wishful thinking, and ludicrous plotting that goes through a 14 year old's head.
Led Zeppelin is NOT the focus of this book, it could have been about any band. The point is more about how they affected him as a child, not what they sound like. Fill in your own favorite band, if Led Zeppelin doesn't do it for you.
Unlike most of what I read, I strongly recommend this to everyone.