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Would you listen to Relentless again? Why?
Absolutely, because it is an absolutely amazing book!
What did you like best about this story?
I like reading an autobiography, then you know it`s the truth. Books written by others can come up with falsehoods. This book is the truth about Yngwies life.
What about Yngwie J. Malmsteen and Fred Berman ’s performance did you like?
Vivid descriptions! Excellent!
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
That you get to listen to Yngwies amazing guitar playing. He is world class. I think he is by far the greatest of them all.
Any additional comments?
I recommend everyone to read it!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I listened to the whole book in just 2 days (neglecting a lot of school work to pull it off). I just couldn't put it down. The book gives an insight into the mind of Yngwie and his life in Sweden that ultimately shaped him into the guitar maestro that he is.
Firstly it's somewhat misleading to advertise this book as being narrated by Yngwie himself. Yngwie reads an introduction and is then never heard again. The main narrator does a great job however.
Fans of Yngwie will know what to expect from this book. Yngwie is as full of himself as ever here and is characteristically unapologetic for it. The book begins with Yngwie ranting about Socialism of all things and ends with Yngwie, for the millionth time, stating how he must have total creative control over everything he does... yeah we get it.
Learning about Yngwies early, and surprisingly somewhat privileged, life was quite interesting. There's also some good gossip about Bonnet, Turner and some sleazy managers.
Overall I'd say only listen to this if you're an Yngwie fan, otherwise this will be a struggle.