Ok, ok, I'm biased because I'm in the book (page 75) LOL but seriously, I was pleasantly surprised when I got my copy today. I was just expecting a bunch of re-printed fanzine covers and excerpts interspread throughout, but Ken Sharp is a long-time KISS fan who knows what we like. His books are always filled with the type of info we HAVEN'T heard before, or photos we HAVEN'T seen a hundred times over, and the thing is, he knows the pictures we've all seen a bazillion times before, and he goes for the stuff that we can all appreciate. There are some KILLER old KISS shots in here from 1974-76 you have not seen before. It's a beautiful book, hardcover, very well put together. And the fact that Gene & Paul were involved is a bonus that gives it that stamp of legitimacy, which can sometimes be a curse and not a blessing, but in this case, it adds and doesn't detract. It's interesting to read the stories of people, our peers, who also did fanzines.....we saw their names in the classifieds of Circus in the 70s/80s every month, some of us had the fanzines they put out and some, like me, were doing the same thing they were, and it's cool to see the motivations and perspectives of the others, along with personal pics they share. I even found out that a guy named Randy, who used to book my old band Cristeen at Escapades in NJ used to run a fanzine in 1976 called KISSer....what a small world, I had NO idea! This is a welcome addition to any KISS fans collection-highly recommended!