Best Rock Biographies

Brian Molko

If you love to read and you are rocker at the same time, then you will appreciate these books suggestion! It is always interesting to know how a simple man became a star. Inspire recepies of successful rock career from famous rockers!

1. Phil Lynott: The Rocker by Mark Putterford

Phil Lynott: The Rocker by Mark Putterford
Mark Putterford wrote a book about Phil Lynott, an Irish musician who was lead vocals in the rock band Thin Lizzy between 1969 — 1983. The book reveals the musician biography from 1950s Dublin to his appearence in Thin Lizzy and his tragic death. The author used numerous interviews and had discussions with Phil’s family members, therefore the book contains authentic material. You will find out some shoking info about the rocker. Get ready!

2. Misunderstood – The Brian Molko Story by Chloe Govan

Misunderstood - The Brian Molko Story by Chloe Govan
Today Placebo is a successful English rock band with seven studio albums released and a number of DVDs with concerts, singles, EPs, complilation albums. They are 20 years on stage and during this period they were growing and becomming more and more popular and successful. Chloe Govan wrote a true story about Brian Molko, the band’s frontman and songwriter, and you will find out how from a fallen angel he became a rock star of modern times!

3. Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock ‘n’ Roller’s Life and 12 Steps to Becoming a Golf Addict by  Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock 'n' Roller's Life and 12 Steps to Becoming a Golf Addict
Yeah, this book is for lovers of hard rock! The book is the rocker’s authobiography which reveals his love for golf. Alice Cooper is the lead vocals of the band with similar name since 1963 till present. He was addicted to alcohol and you will find out that golf helped him to overcome it. In this book Alice Cooper tells a story how from a little boy he grew up and became rocker. He tells sincerely about his life, career, addictions and passions.

4. Rocks: My Life in and out of Aerosmith by Joe Perry

Rocks: My Life in and out of Aerosmith by Joe Perry
Joe Perry is lead guitar player from Aerosmith. He became part of this band in 1970. He occupies place number 84 in the list of The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time by Rolling Stone magazine. Joe Perry is a great example of how passion for playing guitar becomes an obsession. Once he meet Steven Tyler and it changed his life. In his book Joe Perry tells the story of his life. You will find out about his private life, about his sucesses and failures, and more.

5. Rod: The Autobiography by Rod Stewart

Rod: The Autobiography by Rod Stewart
He is a legendary musician and songwriter born and raised in London. During his career he played in such bands as Shotgun Express, Steampacket, The Jeff Beck Group, Faces. He is remarkable for having six consecutive number one albums in the UK! The book was released in 2012 and fans may find out interesting things about the legendary rocker.

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Best Books for Women

1. Enchantment: The Life of Audrey Hepburn by Donald Spoto

Enchantment: The Life of Audrey Hepburn by Donald Spoto
An interesting story of the legendary actress recognizable in the entire world. Her Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s became an icon for mlillions. She is different: funny in Funny Face, gracious in The Nurse’s Story and just pretty in The Roman Holiday. Her real life was not easy sometimes. She experienced two divorces and several miscarriages… Donald Spoto tells a true story of her life.

2. Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl – A Woman’s Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship by Sherry Argov

Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl
Many women think that men love obedient girls who would please theem in all things, but they are wrong. Men love interesting and confident women who have their own opinion, interests and hobbies. Men dislike women dependent on them. They are attracted by independent women. Bitch is not a hysterical girl who may raise the roof at any time. Bitch is a pretty woman who has dignity and will not allow anyone to bring her down. A perfect book for every woman of any age.

3. Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know by Barbara de Angelis

Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know by Barbara de Angelis
Barbara de Angelis is a professional psychologist and author of a number of best selling books on the relationships. In this book she digs deep into women and men. In order to have a happy relationship we should learn to understand each other. Barbara describes male psycology and explains why men act in some or other way in various situations. The book is good for both singles and married women.

4. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
The book belongs to world’s classics. It shows the story of two strong characters who fell in love with each other but are not together because one is too proud and another is full of prejudice. The book is worth reading in evenings.

5. Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
The book will dip you into misterious Japanese world and beautiful Japanese culture. One of rare English books where you may find the full description of geisha’s life.

Best Books for Men

1. Don Quixote by Cervantes

Don Quixote
This is an adventure story about an adventurer at heart. Don Quixote reads a lot of knightly stories. He loves them very much and therefore he sets out to revive chivalry, with funny results.

2. The Old Man and the Sea By Ernest Hemingway

The Old Man and the Sea
It is one of most exciting novels to read! It is short (99 pages) and written in an easy language. It is a wonderful adventure story about an old man having a hard time in the Atlantic sea. You’ll read the whole thing in about 40 minutes.

3. Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Hamlet
Hamlet is the best male character from all Shakespeare plays. Hamlet is brave and clever man, that is why every man wants to be Hamlet. It’s favorite hero of President Obama. Hamlets acts like real man when he decides to revenge for his father’s death. It is good book for males as it shows male relationships: Hamlet and his friends, Hamlet and his father, Hamlet and his best friend Horatio.

4. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

mark-twain
The novel describes a journey along the Mississippi and shows how a boy becomes a man. It is an interesting story for real men! Women normally do not read this kind of stuff as they prefer romance books.

5. The Call of the Wild by Jack London

The Call of Wild
The novel is about a dog, an alpha male dog. His name is Buck and he was stolen from his loving owner. He becomes a sled dog. Buck is the alpha male and becomes the leader of the pack. The novel is worth reading. Dogs are a man’s best friend!