I didnt think that was too bad, what did u think was wrong with it?
I didn't say it was bad, it just annoyed me with the fact that there were so many obvious editing errors, like the discography at the end claims the albums AFD, Lies, UYI.1 and UYI.2 were all released in 1991, despite the fact that the next page correctly says the years the singles from each album was released. Also, earlier on he says that Robin Finck now refuses to speak about his experiences in GN'R, which appears that the author doesn't realise he only left for a year in 1999 before coming back in 2000, despite the next page giving the 2005 line-up of GN'R and includes Robin Finck!
As far as the book itself is concerned, it's not bad and still makes for good reading, especially for an unauthorised biography, but does get annoying and tedious in places, as well as skipping a few years of GN'Rs history. (It seems to focus entirely on Axl- when it comes to Slash leaving, he says "Slash departed" and that's it, as if he had nothing to do wih the band)