Lucid, candid and, ultimately, hopeful
A defiant and humorous look at one of the most infamous rockers of the 21st century
Reveals unexpected details . . . Intimate, often salacious
Expertly pieced together . . . An extraordinary hymn to indie's own Rimbaud and degenerate noughties London
[A]n easily digestible page-turner . . . plenty of new stories
Doherty wasn't just at the heart of that era, he defined it, in ways both good and bad. Who better to capture the excitement but also the bleakness of that period than him?
Overloaded with compelling stories - many funny, some haunting