That loveable madman Ozzy Osbourne is back with his second non-fiction book. And while I don't really like the title so much, it's good fun to read even if it's not as informative as his autobiography (how could it be? this is a book for curiosity-seekers, not for Black Sabbath fans). I thought that Ozzy wouldn't make a believable commentator on medical matters, but he argues convincingly that his vast experience as the victim of a mind-boggling range of accidents and abuse, most (but not all) of them self-inflicted, qualifies him to dispense some level of advice. Nearly every entry has a sort of "I once suffered from the same malady, and I got over it by..." tone to it. Most chapters will contain a short intro, a series of brief questions from readers, with Ozzy providing his answers (which are sometimes shorter than the questions), along with a pull-out box giving interesting factoids on related topics, a handy graph/table running through various maladies. Nearly every answer has a...
When I first heard about a book about Ozzy Osbourne giving health advice, I thought it was completely bollocks. Luckily, it wasn't. TRUST ME, I'M DR. OZZY has to be one of the funniest books I've read in a good long while, and it blindsided me on how factual it can actually get. About 99% of the questions, Ozzy answers them truthfully and to the best of his ability. If you're an Ozzy fan, like myself, get the book. It will not disappoint.
John Michael Osbourne was born into a very simple working class world...and at age 65? 66? whatever...OZZY is still here to entertain us. this book is a gas, a quick read and some of the quotes you know damn well came from his tongue. He has an insanely comedic way about himself and the drugs, illegal or prescribed, he used for the majority of his existence here on Earth. People talk about Keef still being around here after all the years of drugs, drinking and dope...i don't think he comes close to Ozzy's intake. Maybe Gregg Allman runs a close second, he just got a new liver? or kidney? after years of gettin' his groove on-that's kinda heavy. Imagine when they get too old or crippled to sing & play ...they're all up there in years...Today they're still here. god bless'em for it.
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