It is a "page-turner" and I breezed through it. In any case, the book is a must for KISS fans and a good read. Word Search Books For Adults: Jun 21, N.
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No Regrets: Ace Frehley, Joe Layden, John Ostrosky: modellingadvice.info: Books
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Mainly because placed against the other three, this one came off rather dull.
I found myself thinking a lot about commercial success vs. And it becomes similarly nonlinear and free-associative as soon as the drugs really start to take hold.
Book review: Ace Frehley, “No Regrets”
AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The thing I loved about The Ace was that he was funny.
The tone is conversational and engaging, and it reads quickly. He was just a boy from the Bronx with stars in his eyes.
I would also suggest it for people battling with addiction since Ace spends a lot of time talking about his own struggle. I would have liked more detail on the KISS years eegrets others have noted there's VERY little about the reunion years interestingly enoughbut let's face it - how much can he honestly remember between the beers, drugs and the fact that it's forty years in the past?
By acknowledging up front how spoiled and drehley that sounds, he counts on us to realize that being dissatisfied with things we have no outward right to be dissatisfied with is practically the frehldy condition. Fortunately, this is no confessional.
No Regrets: A Rock 'n' Roll Memoir by Ace Frehley
And he never mentions the death of Eric Carr. But it does lose some steam toward frehlsy end of the book.
Jul 03, Scott rated it really liked it. I keep hearing about a follow-up book by Frehley which will have more stories because he couldn't remember them when it came time for this book.
Please try again later. To title a book about this "No Regrets" is just silliness, or worse, engaging in the same kind of self-delusion that enabled his addictions and got him into so much trouble for so many years.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. He spends a lot of time in this book taking shots at Gene Simmons, and while Gene can be validly criticized on any number of fronts, the ultimate truth by book's end is clear -- if not for the discipline of vision that Gene and the other members of KISS had for the band in the formative years of the s, Ace would likely never have had a career that anyone would have heard about.
Sadly, his book is more or less a fiction of sorts. It's not something I need to ever read again or even consult but I'm glad I did.
We had a great time! In the end, he comes to terms with his highly publicized descent into alcohol, drugs, and self-destruction—ultimately managing to conquer his demons and come out on top. Fun stuff for fans. His fun led him into quite a bit of trouble and his regretw led to his being dismissed from the band It was interesting to see how few blatan Part One: I almost didn't bother with this one. Ace has been the living embodiment of that lifestyle, the sex, drugs and of course the music: Word Search Books For Adults: Jun 15, Todd rated it liked it.
All in all 'No Regrets' was a very enjoyable read. He'll never win the Pulitzer, but to read his side of things and his history as lead frehle in the Hottest Band in the Land, this is a must read if you were a KISS fan.
Here's hoping he's still got some really good tunes in his pocket. His fun led him into quite a bit of regreys and his absences led to his being dismissed from the band It was interesting to see how few blatant contradictions ergrets were between the two books.