- Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Kaoz Library
I felt kind of reluctant to read Ozzy’s autobiography since I did not want to get a story about drug abuse and ridiculous shenanigans presented in a way that is supposedly cool to do. You see, Rock ‘n’ Roll abuse has become the latest trend in autobiographies and I think has lost its point of existence. In other words, I do not want to read how an artist went to the extremes and how he survived because his way of thinking/living; this does not compute with my mind. Plus, I am sure many stories get revised, revamped and recharged to make them look meaner, more extreme adding some sci-fi to this. Anyway, this is Ozzy we are talking about, so my defenses were defeated and there I was, reading a most entertaining that sounded like a genuine product of Ozzy's chaotic thinking.