Set against the frenzied world of heavy metal superstardom, the co-founder of legendary Motley Crue offers an unflinching and gripping look at his own descent into drug addiction.
When Motley Crue were at the height of their fame, there wasn't a drug Nikki Sixx wouldn't do. He spent days - sometimes alone, sometimes with others addicts, friends and lovers - in a coke- and heroin-fuelled daze. THE HEROIN DIARIES reveals Nikki's personal diary entries alongside commentary from the people who know Nikki best including band mates Tommy, Vince and Mick. The book is a candid look at a nightmare come true: a punishing heroin addiction that brought Nikki to the edge of losing his talent, his career, his family and finally to a near-fatal overdose which left him clinically dead for a few minutes before being revived. Brutally honest, utterly riveting and shockingly moving, THE HEROIN DIARIES follows Nikki during the year he plunged to rock bottom and his courageous decision to pick himself up and start living again.
A awe inspiring look into a shattered rock icon
A true story about Nikki sixx song writer and bassist for motley crûe and his decent into heroin addiction the book is extracts from his diaries he kept documenting his downward spiral and being pronounced dead then by some miracle being bought back from the dead. After his near death his diaries record his battle with himself and document his rehabilitation finally getting the help he needed. There are extracts from band members in their own words living and touring with a junkie and former record executives and tour managers share their memories. This book will make you laugh cry and inspire.
Herion diaries nikki sixx
A amazing insight into a rock and roll band this book is clearly written with brutal honesty and nikki has really done it justice he has not only written of the highs but also the lows and his very personal experience with drugs. I'm very impressed well done! Xx
Strap yourself in for a hell of a ride
Incredibly frank account of a year of excess and madness from someone who is clearly very lucky to be still here...!