No Regrets

No Regrets

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No Regrets 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I feel that the book jumped around to much and gave more insite of Ace growing up rather than the time with Kiss. Was disappointed at the book and can tell that he isn't the most educated person in the world. I think the writers could have done a better job editing the stories and clean the flow of the wording. Wouldn't recommend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book provides one wild roller coaster ride from cover to cover. Ace Frehley, by his own account has lived a life of utter recklessness, and lived to tell about it. A must read for any true fan of The Spaceman!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Must read for Kiss fans and especially Ace fans. The stories are fascinating, often honest and fair to the other members of Kiss, and always entertaining. There are stories in this book you can't read about online or anywhere else.
godofwine69 More than 1 year ago
Ace is back and he told you so! Ace has once again shown to be triumphant with his new release. Similar to the 1978 solo albums, Ace looks to be the best of the books so far of all the KISS members. Top 10 in the NY times best seller... NICE! Gene Simmons eat your heart out!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought it was interesting that he did not slam KISS more, I am sure he could have said more
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typhoon More than 1 year ago
An open and honest book. He told the story the way he lived it through his eyes. You can't ask for more than that. Anyone who is willing to admit his own screw ups in his autobiography is all right by me. True KISS fans will like it.
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uptheirons63 More than 1 year ago
Well, for any true blue KISS fan, this is a fun read. Ace's memory is a little shaky, and he admits that. But his observation of the past, is witty, and self depreciating. I've been a fan since 1975, and Ace was one of the reasons I picked up a guitar and started to learn. Thanks Ace, your book was fun to read.
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djbuddy More than 1 year ago
Loved it!  I'm a long time KISS fan, but outside of Gene's book, well, I never really knew much about the band and it's history.  I mean, I was actually about 13 when I'd first found them in 1974 AND my friends and I used to babysit one of the later guitarists apartment when he'd leave town.  But that said, this is a wonderful book that really captures both the era of the Bronx in the 60s, as well as so much of the indulgence and fun of the the 1970s.  Ace has a great attitude, and like a good biography should, this book makes it feel like he's talking with you personally.  It's great to meet the man behind the makeup.  Especially impressive are his close brushes with danger and his new commitment to living life straight and clean.  A great fun read for any fan!
Bookie-Book More than 1 year ago
This book is just fine if you're a fan of Kiss. Of you're a casual fan such as myself you may find this to be just another story of another rock star that made some indulgent decisions in his life. After a while all these books start to sound the same. The ones hat stand out are the ones that have true introspective emotion such as Who I Am by Pete Townshend or Life by Keith Richards. There is nothing really wrong with this book. But feel like I've read it before.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome book totally enjoyed reading his stories!!
Coalregion More than 1 year ago
Funny as all get out.Ace pulls no punches concerning his time within "the corporation" (read the book) He has a definite love/hate thing with 2 of his former bandmates,leaning towards the latter choice with one of them,IMHO.(Gue$$ which one.lol) Great story Ace!!! A must read for anyone who grew up like I did worshipping at the altar of KISS!
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I didnt realize the dynamics this well ace creating music as his passion while gene and paul do it only as means to get the cash Made me an ace fan
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't know if this is for anyone other than fans of Ace Frehley, but I found it fairly entertaining. I felt he glorified his excessive drug and alcohol use too much, especially culminated with drunk driving tales that ended with him always escaping unharmed and with few repercussions due to the intervention of his guardian angels. Hey, Ace! What about all the other people's lives and property you damaged in your drunken escapades?
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I always loved Ace, and this book shows why. Keep it up, Ace, we love you.
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