"Practically every paragraph has a line or two that demands to be read aloud to the mirror, tattooed on foreheads, carved on tombstones."
"Morrissey is a pop star of unusual writing talent."
The New York Times
Autobiography covers Morrissey's life from his birth until the present day.
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Morrissey by Morrissey read by (David) Morrissey
Moz is the tops and in fine literary form in his autobiography. Covers his Irish heritage and upbringing in England and his severed alliance with Smiths co-founder and guitarist Johnny Marr. Also goes into his hatred of Margaret Thatcher.
Morrissey's strong opinion and point of view.
No. Just watched him on AMC's The Walking Dead
Any fan of The Smiths or Morrissey will love this book.
- Miles Johnson
Better than expected
Being a voyeur.
The author of course, for obvious reasons.
Great timing and delivery.
Morrissey in the 70s was extremely interesting.
- josephÃÂ nicholas