Personally, I have been a huge fan of the man and his musical extravaganza and the urgency to read a biography gathered significant momentum when he passed away earlier this year.Anything written around the man's career and life would fascinate me just as much.Dedicated chapters in the book meticulously explore all of his relationships (carnal & professional), his addictions, influences, obsession with fashion, his marriages, his children and his film career among other things.Be it about sharing his birthday with Elvis Presley, love affair with 'Guns & Roses' guitarist Slash's mother Ola Hudson or being Madonna's first concert ever, or his apparent Nazi salute from his Mercedez (which he always denied) or Freddie Mercury helping him try boots on.Scroll down for more A sign proclaimed "Haddon Hall", number 42.It was a red-brick cross between a church and the Addams Family mansion, gothic and weird, with stained-glass windows, mangled balconies and strange turrets. It was the summer of '69, our last summer as children.It was there that we'd first seen Bowie and we couldn't take our eyes off his.
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The author's untiring and elaborate research around Bowie's life is evident from the 267 pages written for his biography.
For millions of rock aficionados like me born later, details about his personal life and adventures were nothing short of beguiling and it was difficult to not finish the book at one go primarily because of the weaving of his personal events juxtaposed with is professional sensation.
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