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And Then It Fell Apart Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-27 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 3 user ratings
ISBN:0571339409
LANGUAGE:English

" 3.5ish. 4 really out of a sense of nostalgia " said.

" fuck, this book is sad. like, infinitely sad.getting inside someone's head can really make you understand that sometime, trauma just trumps everything. " said.

" Name dropping and humble bragging about drug and alcohol intake your way through your story is the laziest form of memoiring. Talking about the “surprise” success of Play without acknowledging the incessant licensing that drove that is revisionist at best. Fail. " said.

" Arguably the most enjoyable read I’ve ever had!A truly amazing book. Painfully honest and equally painfully hilarious. I cannot recommend this book to you highly enough. I guarantee that you will enjoy it. " said.

" Stephen Colbert’s quote on the dust jacket is incredibly on point. It’s a remarkable book, and I truly hope he writes a third. And it’s going to sound crazy, but this book fully explains his album “Wait For Me”. It makes me love the album even more. " said.

" Honest, poignant and eye opening insight into Moby’s life when he rocketed further into global fame with the release of the album ‘Play’ and the 10ish year’s that followed. Pretty much hedonistic debauchery and self destruction. Juxtaposed with his poor and challenging childhood this is a truly truthful and moving read. " said.

" I remember reading Porcelain a few years back and thought it was dark but still funny. This time I thought Moby's memoirs were still dark but mostly sad. It is a testimony that fame and wealth can't make you happy, especially if you are already broken and running away from your problems. And I'm shocked that Moby managed to survive this diet of drugs and booze. I am glad for him he's managed to get help, but what a waste of his years " said.

" Amazing exploration of the impact of fame, it picks up where the last book left off just as he went from a vaguely famous singer to one of the most famous people in the world. Suddenly hanging out with David Bowie, Lou Reed and Bono, the book gives an insight into the exclusivity of that world. He is brutally honest about his drive to become famous and how difficult it is when it starts to slip away. I found this moving, funny and fascinating. Moby is a great writer with a great story to tell. " said.

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