Wouldn't It Be Nice: My Own Story

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HarperCollins, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 398 pages
In a riveting and candid autobiography, music legend Brian Wilson reveals the truth about his meteoric rise to superstardom, his total breakdown, and his long, miraculous struggle back to the top. It is filled with shocking revelations about his abuse as a child by his violent father, the bitter infighting among the Beach Boys, the death of his brother Dennis, and the controversy surrounding the therapist he credits with literally saving his life. 50 photographs.

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WOULDN'T IT BE NICE: My Own Story

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An express train to hell and back with the leader of the Beach Boys. Wilson begins with his darkest days, in November 1982. Then, weighing over 340 pounds, smoking six packs of cigarettes and snorting ... Read full review

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I didn't actually read the book but I did just read that it's fake and not written by Brian. Glad I read that before I bothered.

Contents

Fired
1
Money for Drugs
11
The Glass Eye
17
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Wilson sings with The Beach Boys.

Todd Gold has collaborated with numerous celebrities to write their memoirs, including Ann-Margaret, Drew Barrymore, and Sonny Bono. He is the West Coast Bureau Chief of US Weekly magazine and lives in Los Angeles, California.

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