"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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Just ok. Read if you're a fan. Skip if not
Yeah. David Morrissey did a great job and I'll read anything by Morrissey.
There aren't really any characters, but then again Morrissey is a character unto himself, either way David Morrissey is does a really good job. He has a really nice voice and is able to pull off the funny little Morrisseyisms that Moz tends to say now and then.
Yeah because I didn't think there was enough detail in this.
Honestly, I LOVE Morrissey but this book was just ok. As a fan, I found it interesting but but lacking in detail. He just kind of breezes over topics/relationships rather quickly. However, His writing is really lovely and he comes off as charming and witty which is no surprise. I would love to read some fiction by him as I think he is a great story teller normally. I love him but I'm not going to give him 5/5 just because he's Moz which is what i feel people are doing.
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