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I have been listening to a lot of biographies for the last couple of years, I was bummed out as soon as the book started and it was this guy, the same guy who ruined the Iggy Pop book for me as well. Sounds like he took a nice long toke off a bong, then began his oration!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This is a story of repentance, a hard core rocker living a life of sex and drugs admits he was killing himself and pushing his friends away and turns to God. Yes it does get very preachy at the end because Fieldy was reborn. So if you take that bit with a grain of salt, this book does give fans a detailed insight into life as a band member of the hugely successful KORN. if you are a korn fan, you will love to read about the way the band came to power and the relationships that formed among the members, but if you are not a "God-lover" you can stop reading at the last couple of chapters. Why Fieldy didn't narrate this himself I don't know and the narrator sounds like a wasted surfer dude, but the story is interesting.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
It's a great book. up until the final chapters where he gets progressively preachy other than that I enjoyed the message he sent, though I still wish he incorperated the god thing less though that might be just my personal views of religion interfering my jot of the book.