The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star
Publish date: 2007
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
The Accidental ReaderThis is one of the best autobiographies i have ever read. Its so true and you know that it happened because it is a diary, something really personal and secret is being opened in this book for all the fans to read.I am not a huge fan of Motley Crue but i always admired Nikki for...
Firstly i have never been a Motley Crue fan, (before reading this i thought Nikki Sixx was lead guitarist...) but i do enjoy a good rock (auto)biography. Unfortunately the last two i had read had put me off for a while yes you Not Dead and Not for Saleand you My Appetite for Destruction: Sex & Dru...
Being a lover of memoirs and Motley Crue I had to read this.There are diary entries written by Nikki Sixx during 1986-87 as well comments from people who knew him then. Motley Crue was big during that time so it's interesting to have a behind the scenes look at how he felt about being a rockstar.
I wonder if Nikki wrote this book with an audience of addictive personalities in mind as the target audience? This book is a compelling, addictive read, and I highly recommend it not only to Motley Crue and drug culture fans, but to anyone who's curious to know just what the heart of darkness of add...
Not what I expected - for the better. It was an easy read with short excerpts to get through in a short period of time when I otherwise didn't have time to read. Parts of it were frustrating, and other parts gross. In the end, I didn't know whether to love or hate Nikki Sixx. I never knew readin...