This book was not what I expected at all. There were some parts that were actually . . .touching. His description of how his parents met and fell in love, his devotion to his two boys, and how he stayed with his father as he was dying to make sure he was comfortable were very tender. Although a large portion of the book is sex, drugs, and rock & roll, it shows that there's more to him than just that. I also really liked how he's respectful towards both Heather Locklear and Pam Anderson and recognizes that it takes two to make a relationship work. He could have easily used this book as a means of lashing out at them, but instead he takes responsibility for his own faults and actions that led to the demise of both marriages.