Courtney Comes Clean
The High Life and Dark Depths of Music's Most Controversial Icon
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In her endless quest for fame and fortune, Courtney Love has lived through addictions to substances, behaviors, and celebrity itself. For almost a year, the rock icon talked to (and tweeted at) The Fix editor-in-chief Maer Roshan about Kurt Cobain; her daughter, Frances Bean; her allegations of fraud; and her will to survive. As addiction redefines itself in the 21st century, Love seems like its prototypical saint-and sinner.
Riveting. Funny. Real
This was a page turner that shouldn't be missed! For anyone who is intrigued by the mutli-dimensions of Courtney, who loved Kurt, or just wants a fantastic read--get this book. Maer Roshan deftly invites the reader into his intimate sessions with Courtney. His keen narrative flushes out history and detail around the interviews. The great photos were a nice added extra.
Eye opening bio
Really a unique personal look at Love! Could not put it down and I'm not normally a book reader. Recommend it to anyone who is a fan or a nirvana fan. It's so cheap! Absolutely worth it!
I don't care what anybody says about Courtney, she has gone through a lot. This book gives a lot of information about her and it makes me love her even more. I am a Courtney Love fan and I always will be.