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It's So Easy by Duff McKagan
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May 20, 12

Read in May, 2012

When it comes to reading autobiographies from rock stars, I usually try to skip them as they tend to not often remember too much or don't provide enough of the juicy details that is why we actually pick up the book. But Duff McKagan gives just enough to make this a very interesting and well written book.

While he could have named more names and given more details to certain stories, his look into his background and his time in Guns and Roses offer a lot more insight than the average biography written by someone who wasn't there. And with all of the drugs and booze that Duff did, it's amazing that the man is still alive to even tell about it.

Ultimately, the book reads very much like a "Rocky" kind of story as Duff ends up on top, a true winner with his family surrounding him and the "perfect" family life that he never believed he could have.

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