It’s So Easy (and Other Lies) by Duff McKagan

June 24, 2011 by  
Filed under Non-Fiction

It's So Easy (and Other Lies)A founding member of Guns N’ Roses shares the story of his rise to the pinnacle of fame and fortune with the band, his struggles with alcoholism and drug addiction, his unusual path to sobriety and success as a savvy business investor and loving husband and dad.

Touchstone, October 2011, ISBN#: 9781451606638

This podcast was recorded at BookExpo America 2011 in New York City.


One Response to “It’s So Easy (and Other Lies) by Duff McKagan”
  1. Hilary Odermott says:

    Duff’s book is awe inspiring and funny. His candor and brutal honesty about himself as an addict, a musician (not a rock star), father and husband are so endearing. I couldn’t put the book down and I am sorry that I finished it so quickly.

    Initially, when I bought the book for both myself and my 14 year old son, I was concerned about the content. My son, a fan of GNR’s music loves the book and it has been a great source of conversations for us. It helps us discuss the heavier subjects of life with ease.

    Duff is an intelligent, sensitive and honest man. I fully enjoyed getting to know him through his writing, and I am inspired to be a better wife to my husband based on his love and admiration for Susan.

    Love, Love, Loved this book.

    Hilary age 44

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