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Surely this must be one of the most honest autobiographies of all time. Keef seems to make no attempt to gloss over any aspect of his life and whilst it could be said that some may be embarrassed at his frankness about them this is counterbalanced by his frankness about himself. The impression that I was left with is that in his life all he expects from those around him is honesty and it is with the same honesty he lives his life and the one thing you would always get from him is honesty also. What more could one want from a friend. This is an excellent read and having finished the book about two weeks ago I already feel that I would like to read it again and shall. Infact I actually felt sad when I had finished it. The Pink Fairies once sang 'Do It' I would say of this just 'Buy It' you wont be dissapointed I am sure. Whether one likes what they know of him or not I feel one cannot help but respect this man.