This Memoir is geared for those who are very interested in the Music Business side of an Artist & Icon such as Debbie Harry. She covers comprehensively the origin story of Blondie, as well as her own childhood & upbringing. The myriad of photos that fans have sent to her over the years are included and they add a warm nostalgia. I found the layout of the book to be refreshing and inviting. Her Writing style is very conversational and from that trajectory, it meanders and jumps around a bit. Because I'm always more intrigued by an individual's depth and inner workings this was a little shallow for my taste. Nonetheless, I value Debbie's contribution to the advancement of Women in Music and her subversive lyrics and attitude. If you're a fan, you'll be entertained.