Mackenzie takes us through her world, not in chronological order but in the order that shapes her memories and her life as she lived it. Her willingness to take openly about drug addiction, abuse, incest and life as the daughter of a famous rock-n-roller is something few would undertake. The relationships are complicated, the love as real as the destruction.
It is not easy to put ones soul on display but she managed. The time to read was well spent, and I would suggest anyone who needs to remember that life isn't always perfect not even for those who seem to have been born into a world with everything. Nothing is as it seems, and we can all learn from the things that we know nothing about.