The Long Hard Road Out of Hell

The Long Hard Road Out of Hell[BOOKS] ✸ The Long Hard Road Out of Hell By Marilyn Manson – The ,copy national bestselling autobiography of Marilyn Manson, America's most controversial celebrity icon, is offered with a bonus chapter not included in the hardcover By turns moving, funny, appal The Hard Road Out of Kindle - ,copy national bestselling Hard Road PDF ↠ autobiography of Marilyn Manson, America's most controversial celebrity icon, is offered with a bonus chapter not included in the hardcover By turns moving, funny, appalling, disturbingThere has never been anything like The Long Epub / itRolling Stonebamp;w photos page color insertIn his twentynine years, rock idol Manson has experienced than most people have or would want to in a lifetime Now, in his shocking and candid memoir, he takes readers from Long Hard Road PDF/EPUB ì backstage to gaol cells, from recording studios to emergency rooms, from the pit of despair to the top of the charts, and recounts his metamorphosis from a frightened Christian schoolboy into the most feared and revered music superstar in the country.

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  • Paperback
  • 275 pages
  • The Long Hard Road Out of Hell
  • Marilyn Manson
  • English
  • 24 April 2018
  • 9780060987466

10 thoughts on “The Long Hard Road Out of Hell

  1. Kate says:

    I have a fascination with Marilyn Manson which has been stirred up by recent news about his deformed skeleton collection and nazi tiles in his library. Although I couldn't put the book down, it was actually much more disturbing than I could have imagined. He is a total misogynist and all-around creep who gets his kicks abusing vulnerable people. His philosophy of satanism/elitism makes him think he is much more intelligent than everyone else, but his writing (even with a co-author) suggests otherwise. The lyrics, poems, and stories remind me of the crap I wrote in 8th grade. Essentially, his auto-biography is about what happens when you never mature past 15 but suddenly get rich and famous.

    ETA: I, in NO WAY, approve of nazism or personal human medical specimen collection. What caused me to be curious was the audacity of this cruelty and wondering whether this was persona or how he really lives. He is a narcissist who thrives on shock value.

  2. Michael says:

    Over the years, Manson has said some intelligent things, and every now and then I think he's probably a pretty cool guy.

    But, whenever I start thinking that, I flashback to the scene in this book where the whole band is gangbanging a deaf groupie who is covered in lunch meat--No, really. Lunch meat.--while screaming insults at her.

    I mean, really. If you're going to shag a lunch-meat covered groupie while insulting her, have the balls to do it to a girl who can HEAR you.

    I really don't care about his honorary priesthood in the church of satan. To an atheist, that's about as scary as if he told me he was the Koopa Kid in charge of Bowser's Castle in World 6. It's stupid and/or meaningless. I guess that, as readable and bizarre as this book was when I read it in high school, the problem is that Manson just tries so very hard to be shocking. Dude, doing weird shit to groupies was already done by the Go-Go's. THE GO-GO'S.

    Ozzy bit the head off a live bat. Keith Richards snorted his dad's ashes. Bill Hicks was fake-assassinated on stage. You've just got more makeup than the average Cure fan, and a healthy appreciation of recreational drugs. You're really not that special.

  3. Jonathan Ashleigh says:

    I decided to dive into this book because, while I never really liked Marilyn Manson's music or his band's style, I have always thought he is an intelligent person and I have always taken a look when he has appeared on talk shows. Recently, he was featured on Bret Easton Ellis’ podcast and his take on humanity, American consumerism and the media have never been more relevant.

    The beginning of the memoir started slow and used clichés — please don’t describe a scene by saying it was like a poorly made scary movie, describe it so I feel that way, because otherwise I should probably just watch a poorly made scary movie. As he becomes cooler, however, the story improves and so does the writing.

    The parts about drugs were honest and I love that Marilyn Manson, contrary to most conceptions of Satanists, is an atheist. He started out normal, became a superstar and then found himself back where he started.

    The downfall of this book was that it contained too many previously written entries that I hardly cared for, including stories he’d written as a child and articles written about him.

    The best line of the book —

    “Most of the time, I wasn't interested in inflicting pain on myself and others unless it was in a way that would make people think about the way they act, the society they live in or the things they take for granted.”

  4. Beth Beth says:

    this book was epic.
    every single part of it.

    marilyn manson is definitely the most interesting character that has ever existed on the face of this green planet.
    this book was stocked full of the crazy things he's experienced and done throughout his life. it was amazing.

    but this book is not for the people who are weak of heart or weak to their stomach. there's plenty of sad and heart sinking moments but also grotesque, wacky parts that could scar the most fragile of minds.

    <3 i loved it. best book ever.

  5. Tan Markovic says:

    Well.... I knew this wasn't going to be a whimsical fairy tale, but damnnn there's some stuff in here that is just absolutely heinous...

    Very confused about how to rate this one; I love Manson's music but this was just some fuckery my god.

  6. Purple says:


    I read this merely out of curiosity (a morbid one at that) and was probably most surprised by the fact that I was surprised at how tedious I found it. The Long Dull Road Out of Hell is a more precise title.

    I don't know what I really expected to find behind Manson's character, but it turns out that... no, I won't spoil it for you. It's unlikely that you care.

  7. Lady says:

    This was probably one of the most self-absorbed pieces of crap I have ever read by a musician. And I read this the year it came out, after we met him and my friends swoon over him. I disliked it then, when most would have listened to this BS. I know you're smart MM, but you're stupid with women and sold-out after that first album...which wasn't even that good! This guy is NOT goth and his stupid religion is one of the major reasons Christianity still has power. Shithead.

  8. Ladan says:

    Kill God, Kill your parents and Kill yourself.

    خدا رو بُکُش، مامان باباتو بُکُش و خودتو بُکُش

  9. Sarah says:

    Once upon a time, I dated a goth boy. And that goth boy had an unhealthy obsession with Marilyn Manson. I was constantly subjected to his CDs and creepy videos and even had to deal when the goth boy started wearing smudged eyeliner and dying his hair black.

    Of course, he bought this book the day it came out and since I had a bit of a morbid interest in the guy my boyfriend fell in love with, I gave it a read.

    The two things I got from this book:

    1. Brian Warner is an intelligent man.
    2. Brian Warner is a total dick.

    He has the potential to be a pretty cool guy, but somewhere along the way he sold out. He's very proud of his image of being one fucked up dude, and he tries way too hard to shock. Lame--I can think of a half a dozen other rockstars that have done more effed up stuff than him.

    The book is entertaining and it was interesting finding out about Brian as a child and how he came to be who he is. But seriously, he needs to get his head out.

  10. Zuky the BookBum says:

    I am absolute Marilyn Manson trash, there’s no denying it. It’s gotten to the point now where instead of saying “oh my God” my boyfriend has started saying “oh my Manson” to me, because I’m just that much of a fangirl so it’s a surprise that it’s taken me this long to read his book really. I guess I was worried about what they always say “don’t meet your heroes” and honestly, now I can understand why.

    Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy this book. It was a depraved as I was hoping it would be, but at the same time, Manson comes across as really self-absorbed and that was a bit of a let down for me. I mean if I was anywhere near as cool as Manson I’d probably think I was the dogs-bollocks too, but from what I’ve seen of Manson in interviews, he always seemed like a really put together and humble guy. This book gave off a different impression to that.

    I’ve had other readers say they’ve read this book multiple times, they love it that much. That isn’t the case for me, this is a one-and-done kind of read. I’m glad I have finally read it though because it has its moments of absolute absurdity that I was hoping for. And despite thinking he seemed like a bit of a dick in this, I’m still 100% a MM stan and there’s nothing you can do about it.

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