THE MILLION COPY BESTSELLER BOOK OF THE YEAR AT THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS What I like about this
a coming of age tale, depicting a chaotic childhood full of fun, danger, misadventure and mayhem... a moving and frequently hilarious glimpse into his formative years * BBC News * as entertaining as the man himself - and surprisingly touching. * i weekend * The long-awaited book... sees the bassist open up about his difficult childhood, past drug problems and more. * NME * A frenzied, beat-ish telling of his pre-RCHP existence * Strong Words * Its hard not to warm to his openhearted embrace of jazz, funk and his eventual bromance with bandmates. * Best Music Books of the Year, Daily Telegraph * He's the iconic bassist and co-founder of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. The one you couldn't take your eyes off, despite Anthony Kiedis' enormous stage presence. Flea finally reveals his fascinating story, complete with everything you'd expect - the "highs" and the gutter lows from an "LA street rat turned world-famous rock star". A must for all music fans everywhere. * Creative Boom *.