PositiveThe Guardian...this wise, breezy, supersmart memoir will do fine as a stocking filler for the discerning fortysomething in your life ... Less uneven than Morrissey’s often delicious Autobiography, Marr’s defiantly unghostwritten book is pleasant and direct ... The description of his relationship with Morrissey is measured and protective ... the passage on how he tore off 'William, It Was Really Nothing,' 'How Soon Is Now?' and 'Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want' is staggering. Paul McCartney and only a few others would relate to that. If anything I would have liked more navel-gazing about his extraordinary playing.