I just got this book in the mail today from one of my review item solicitors:
I haven't seen it in the bookshops yet but Amazon says it was released in late October. I'm not a huge Motley Crue fan but I liked 'em well enough back in the day from the times of these writings (86-87). I don't care much at all for autobiographies but since this is supposed to be a diary (based on Crowley's Diary of A Drug Fiend journal system of breaking habits) it has more of an immediacy and (ideally) unglossed immediate impressions. Entries range from a few sentences to a page or so. Who knows how much editing went into it when it was being prepared, only the author I suppose. But it's 400+ pages are laid out very enjoyable 2 color (red & black on glossy white paper) fanzine style using typewriter font and hand scrawled sketches, random collage art, keeping up an intense visual interest throughout as well as interesting text. I rolled my eyes when I pulled it out of the package figuring it was just a Nikki Sixx autobiography book but my eyes got big as a flipped through, it looks like it'll actually be quite enjoyable to both look at and read!
Here's the Amazon link if anyone's interested: