Slash: The Autobiography
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  • I found myself enthralled by this book and just couldn't put it down
  • I particularly enjoyed reading about Slash's childhood days and what his life was like before he was famous
  • It was interesting to hear the thoughts and feelings from someone who once faced such a life-threatening battle
  • It's one of the best rock 'n' roll autobiographies I have read so far

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      As a huge fan of Slash and Guns N’ Roses, I was very excited to read his autobiography, which was published in October 2007. The book offers readers a detailed insight into the guitar legends life, and tells of his childhood memories, his wild and sometimes crazy days in Guns N’ Roses that included groupies, drugs and alcohol, trashed hotel rooms and the eventual down fall of the band. He goes on to describe his relationships and

      the battle of fighting his demons in becoming sober. It also gives a fascinating insight into what really happened between Axl Rose and the other members of the legendary rock band, Guns N’ Roses over the years that led to the collapse of the band.

      I found myself enthralled by this book and just couldn’t put it down! The entire book was a fascinating read and contained many stories I hadn’t heard before. I particularly enjoyed reading about Slash’s childhood days and what his life was like before he was famous. The photos included in the book were also awesome to see.

      Slash is very honest throughout the book and tells it how it is. He says he is lucky to have survived his younger years and goes into detail about what it’s like to be addicted to drugs and the long, difficult journey of becoming completely sober. He tells about the ...


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      nightmarish effects the drugs had on him and the distance his addiction created between him and the people he cared about. I found this part of the book to be very informative. It was interesting to hear the thoughts and feelings from someone who once faced such a life-threatening battle.

      In the later chapters of the book, the mood lightens immensely and Slash tells of good experiences he’s shared over the years with his wife, Perla.

      Slash goes on to talk about the joys of being a father and how he now is able to enjoy life to the fullest. I found this to be rather inspirational that he was able to turn his life around and conquer all of the troubles he once faced.

      This book is a must read for any Slash or Guns N’ Roses fan. It’s one of the best rock ‘n’ roll autobiographies I have read so far.




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