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Tattoos & Tequila: To Hell and Back with One of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2012

    Not happy with this book..

    I usually dont write reviews but for this one I will. I've read Dirt, The Heroin Diaries, Tommyland and Nikki's book that just came out. I was interested in hearing what Vince Neil had to say so I purchased. I'm in my 40's, grew up with Motley Crue, was a fan in my teenage years and still am a fan. I've enjoyed every book so far that I wrote down here but this one???.....I'm at a loss to explain how I feel. I felt the book by Vince bordered on narcissism. Of course I felt horribly bad about him losing a daughter to cancer. I can relate partially because my son was diagnosed with cancer young. There are too many things I cannot relate with and wouldn't want too. All I have to say is after I read this book I looked within myself and was proud of the woman I have become and wouldn't want to be Vince Neil in a Million years.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2013

    I cant continue reading.

    After just finishing Duffs book this is like reading through a 14 year old kids mind. The guy who wrote it should be embarrased.
    Im not nor ever was a crue fan. I went the gnr route instead.

    Now i know why. I havent looked it up but i bet the Feelgood Bar thing never opened up the25-40 locations either.

    Nicki and or Tommy should kick his teeth in. Hes nothing but a karoeke dude that should feel like he hit the lottery whenever he gets a check.

    Not even 1 star worthy. Can i get a refund please.

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