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By Dee on 12-09-17
I was never a fan of gucci... Never understood him... Never really cared. But after reading this book, it gave me an insight on who and what to he is behind the cameras. I'm not a fan of his music but I'm definitely a fan of the man.
30 of 30 people found this review helpful
By Fictitious on 09-25-17
Great solidification for the return of Gucci Mane
The story was well organized and flowed effortlessly. The reader was very good, but I could tell some street phrases fell flat to him at times. It only took away but a fraction of the story and immersion. Glad Gucci is back.
14 of 16 people found this review helpful
By Khalil on 09-24-17
A Humbling Story
What did you love best about The Autobiography of Gucci Mane?
I Love How This Book Gets On What The Media Has Put Out For Example There's A Video On Youtube Where It Shows Gucci Speak To The Press After His Release From Prison You Actually Hear What Was Going Threw His Mind In this Situation Plus There's More Situations The Media Do Not Know About Or Havent Spoken About That Makes This Book As Good As A Stephen King Novel
Who was your favorite character and why?
I like how it shows us the point of view of the trap god
What about Guy Lockard’s performance did you like?
His Voice And Emphasis On Words
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Trap Gods And Company
Any additional comments?
I Am A Recording Artist by the name 1017Kdawg This Mans Story Is The Most motivation everyone says artist like Gucci Mane should "Give Back" This Is The Best Way To Give Back To The world this let me know no matter where u are from what type of background you come from you are capable of change
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 11-10-17
This book lacked the depth of juice one would expect in a Gucci Mane autobiography. He gently grazes the deep, life changing topics and focuses more on musical relationships. I️ wanted to hear more about the hard times- feelings, emotions and things that drove him to do the things he did. Rather, I️ believe he wrote this book as a closure to his past, but really his past should be telling his present.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful