At his insistence, of course. It’s a book I own but I vowed I would only ever read it on the toilet. Still haven’t finished it.
The first hundred pages or so about his childhood are really good and interesting (apart from the distracting errors - he wouldn’t let them edit it and Penguin, disgracefully, agreed). After that it’s unspeakable. If you’ve read up to the bit when they first get the band together I wouldn’t bother with the rest of it.
A blue promenade perhaps?
It’s a bit like you’re about to attack him and he’s doing that old trick of pointing and shouting ‘behind you!’ to try to get you to turn round so that he can escape.