"Provocatively honest." -"New York Daily News
""There are indeed wild tales to tell...Nash wasn't pulling back on the lurid details." -"Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
""Shockingly candid." -"Daily Express (UK)"
"Though CSN and CSNY made more than their share of beautiful music together and lived in a kind of hippie heaven replete with mansions, money and free love, Nash doesn't hesitate to share the dark side of stardom, too, particularly the drug-fueled ego trips and meltdowns that so often derailed the group....[But] the reader is inclined to believe that the drugs, the women, the accolades and the money were never the point. 'It always comes down to the music, ' Nash says. And that's what makes this trip worth taking." -"USA Today
"A no-holds-barred, fiercely honest chronicle of the glories, excesses, disappointments, and joys of the rock-and-roll life. . . Nash's tour-de-force tale reveals a soul who is 'a complete slave to the muse of music.'" -"Publishers Weekly
"The story of a man's life and his unshakeable passion to express himself through his art. Fans might say the book is long overdue, but it was definitely worth the wait." -"Booklist