I came across this book by accident, and immediately purchased and started reading.

Ah, memories of Sebastian Bach and the rest of Skid Row.

I enjoyed this book, but it was rather disjointed and skipped around a lot. It kind of reminded me of sitting at the table with a drunk Uncle. You enjoy listening to him, but sometimes he skips around and you get lost in it all.

Still, a very enjoyable read.

It answered a lot of questions I had.

Sebastian came across as very honest.

It is sometimes, oftentimes, easy to forget that rock stars and celebrities in general are more than what we fans see on the stage or screen.

I highly recommend this book if you are a fan of Skid Row.

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