Steve Castlen's Reviews > My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N’ Roses

My Appetite for Destruction by Steven Adler
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Aug 14, 2010

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This may seem harsh, but a better title for this book would be "Chronicles of a Wasted Life". Steven Adler's ambition in life has been to acheive success as a rock star and to party and get high as often as possible. He admits his life is a wreck and that he has hurt alot of people. Beyond that admission, dont expect any grand story of redemption or character development on Adlers part. He seems to have learned little from his past. He is a great model for how not to live life...unless you have a death-wish.

Guns n Roses fans will love this book for all the details of their rise to fame. To say they were a dysfunctional group is an understatement. It's a fast paced book, interesting in many ways, but dont look for a happy ending.

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