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I Am Ozzy by Ozzy Osbourne
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Mar 16, 10

bookshelves: biography-autobiography
Read in March, 2010

The reviews for this book were so great I just had to check it out. And besides, while I was never a serious head-banger I did have my Ozzy 8-track back in the day... and I was darn curious to see what he has to say now that he's old enough to be someone's grandpa.

First of all, if you are at all easily-shocked, don't read this. Second of all, if you can't hand the odd (as in mentioned every other sentence) four-letter word, don't read this.

But I did. And, honestly, I was completely engrossed all the way through for all sorts of reasons - for the story, for the back story, for the peek into a life so different from my own, for the insight you get when someone tells you their perspective - to remembering why he really bit the head off that bat. ;)

Truthfully, I loved this book. I got a lot out of it. And some of it was the more serious or tender emotions. A lot of it was shocking. But I also got the stuff Ozzy seems to like to share best: a lot of laughs.
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