Book Reviews of Faithfull: An Autobiography

Faithfull: An Autobiography
Faithfull An Autobiography
Author: Marianne Faithfull, David Dalton
ISBN-13: 9780316273237
ISBN-10: 0316273236
Publication Date: 7/1995
  • Currently 1.5/5 Stars.

1.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Little Brown Co (P)
Book Type: Paperback
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Really a boring read... She doesent give us the juicy gossip about the stones that we were hoping for ...Dont waste your reading time with this one...
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I really loved this book. Previously I reviewed a book that was written ABOUT Marianne Faithfull and I gave it a bad review because of the way it was written. Now I'm glad I read it first because Marianne put a lot of the stories in perspective. She mentioned the other book and said it was a hatchet job and was based on a lot of speculation (which is exactly how it read)! If you are a child of the 60's or are interested in pop stars - this is a very interesting read.
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A fascinating book by one of the women of rock who has lived to tell her story. Amazing, tragic, bizarre and one heck of a wild ride!
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boring, boring, boring and

BORING. It was, however, the sort of book you could pick any chapter and start reading. Not one of the more interesting musician autobiographies out there. the only thing of interest in the book is the MF's retrospect of young Keith and Mick. Otherwise, meh.