As a big Neil Young fan, I found this an interesting book, giving a good insight into the character of Mr. Young. One gets to know Neil, his relations with other people and the way he perceives his own career pretty well. However, I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone who isn't a fan of Neil. It has a confusing structure, and throughout the book Neil keeps on rambling about his PureTone project (boring), his cars (very boring) and even his toy trains (who cares?). Being a down-to-earth European, I also tend to feel a bit uncomfortable about people dwelling on how fantastic all their friends are, how lucky they are to have all these fantastics friends, and how unhappy they would have been if they hadn't met all these fantastic friends etc. Feels a bit too selfcongratulationary to me.