Davy Jones was a young aspiring actor when he was cast in a new television series called The Monkees. In this upbeat, entertaining autobiography, he recounts his career from its beginnings through the 1980s Monkees reunion and revival.
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the depths of his heart
Davy's voice was always distinctive, and in this you hear not only his lovely tones, but his lovely soul.
Davy narrating about his reconciliation with Micky Dolenz, and how he developed so much more respect for him after that.
Both laughed and cried. A picture developed of a man who trusted people, trusted the world, and was frequently abused for it, and whose talent was enormous.
Peter Tork said that the saddest thing about Davy's passing was that most would never know the depth and breadth of this man's heart, that Davy was the most heartfelt man he'd ever known. This book, and Davy's voice narrating it, reveals that heart.
- Judith McKenzie