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Alice Cooper, Golf Monster by Alice Cooper
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Mar 27, 2012

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bookshelves: autobiography-memoir, biography
Read from February 28 to March 27, 2012

It might help to already be a fan of Alice Cooper before you read this book. Or maybe you're curious about who he is and have a high tolerance for golf. Or maybe you really like golf and can't believe a guy named Alice does, too. Otherwise, there may not be enough here to keep you interested until the end. Personally, all three apply and I liked it.

This is a light, easyily read, personality book. It's all Alice all the time, written from the perspective of a man who's found himself (as well as Jesus Christ) and is comfortable with that. His co-writers make it all easy to digest, although they do let the narrative meander quite a bit. The presentation is more topical than chronological and sometimes it's not clear what time period is being discussed.

If you already know a bit about Alice, there are probably not too many surprises here. If you don't, there are probably only the obvious surprises.

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