Returning triumphantly from addiction and homelessness to sing, write songs, and act, the author tells of her rise, fall, and redemption in the music business--beginning with her childhood and continuing through her tumultuous relationship with Mick Jagger. 32 photos.
The heart of the book is her involvement with Mick and the Stones. In this type of book you can either be specific : he said, she said, or be vague. She has chosen to be vague, so the book isn't a hatchet job, but it does mean she seems fake. Her motives are explained in catch phrases and clichés. She seems not only detached from her life but from the book.
At several times she says one thing and later in the text she says something different about the same subject. She also seems to have no real feelings about anyone but herself. She also continually makes a big deal of her aristocratic pedigree, and what she read as though it made any difference in her life. She claims to have been the passive victim of everything but she doesn't blame others for her problems, just herself.
She didn't really have anything new to say about the London scene, though some of what she did say contradicted what others have said - some of the others were the actual people involved.