Rockers and Rollers by Brian Johnson


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You don't need to know anything about AC/DC to appreciate his funny and highly descriptive writing.
-Publishers Weekly


From PinkCadillac to Low Rider to Little Red Corvette, rock music hasalways had a racy love affair with cars. And AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson isnot only a rock legend, second-to-none at infusing razor-sharp lyrics with thescreaming metal energy of a true rock and roller, but also a dyed-in-the-woolcar fanatic. Books like AC/DC: Maximum Rock and Roll and Why AC/DC Matters revealed the secretsof the the world’s greatest rock band—now, in Rockers and Rollers, fans will get arare, riveting window into Brian Johnson’s other driving passion, his love forautomobiles. From teenage memories in the backs of beat-up coups to a sidecareer as a racecar driver, Johnson shares his tantalizing life story—a memoirtold through his lifelong love affair with cars.

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Twenty-five-year-old Brian Johnson is an upcoming young, amazing writer. He is known for his short, shocking mini stories on Facebook, on which he is exceedingly and steadily growing a bigger fan base. His support team knows him best as SwagStar Johnson. His stories will leave you on the edge and craving for more every time. His unique suspense/mystery book writing skills will have you thinking you're actually watching a movie while reading. He was born and raised in Moorhead, Mississippi, in a small town with a population of five thousand people. His motivation for book writing is beating the odds of everybody in his home town who says it's hard to come up in Mississippi, especially living in the Delta. He has a six-month-old son named Corbyn Johnson, who he hopes he can be the perfect example to prove to him that what his community is saying is wrong, that anything's possible, no matter where you're at. He is truly an amazing upcoming writer whose dream is to come into the book game and take over the world globally.
Published May 24, 2011 by HarperCollins e-books. 224 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Reviewed by Publishers Weekly on Jul 01 2011

You don't need to know anything about AC/DC to appreciate his funny and highly descriptive writing.

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The Bookbag

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Reviewed by John Van der Kiste on Oct 01 2009 assured the classic moment from Fawlty Towers with John Cleese beating the hell out of an obstinate 1100 Estate is mentioned, as are the classic movies Genevieve and School for Scoundrels. All in all, it is fun, but don't expect too much.

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NY Times

Reviewed by Jim Koscs on Jun 03 2011

The book works more like an invitation to join the man for a few pints of Newcastle and enjoy the stories he’s been punting around to close friends for years.

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Classic Rock Revisited

Reviewed by Jeb Wright on Jan 01 2011

Brian is known as a great storyteller with a good sense of humor and this book is full of both.

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The List

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Reviewed by Malcolm Jack on Oct 15 2009

Most chapters . . . are so brief and smutty that they read like they were scrawled on the back of condom wrappers. One is simply titled ‘The Anal Intruder.’

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