Seven Deadly Sins by Corey Taylor
Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good

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Unfortunately, the biggest sin committed by his inaugural tome is that it avoids those approachable, appealing topics in favor of a meandering, juvenile, plodding exercise in quasi-intellectual futility.
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Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor's New York Times bestselling treatise on sin and the nature of it
For the first time, Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor speaks directly to his fans and shares his worldview about life as a sinner. And Taylor knows how to sin. As a small-town hero in the early '90s, he threw himself into a hard-drinking, fierce-loving, live-for-the-moment life; when his music exploded, he found himself rich, wanted, and on the road. But soon his extreme lifestyle led him to question what it means to sin and whether it could-or should-be cast in a different light. After all, if sin makes us human how wrong can it be?Now updated with a new Afterword by the author, Seven Deadly Sins is a brutally honest look "at a life that could have gone horribly wrong at any turn," and the soul-searching and self-discovery it took to set it right.
 

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A bio is not available for this author. Corey Taylor is the lead singer of the hard rock bands Slipknot and Stone Sour. Dan Jackson is a writer, producer, and director of documentary television. He was the series producer of "Crash Files,"" Impact: Stories of" "Survival," "Monster House," and "Twister Sisters" and wrote and produced "Birth of the V-Rod," "Inside America's" "Military Academies," and" Legends: Stevie Ray Vaughan. "He lives in Los Angeles.
 
Published July 3, 2012 by Da Capo Press. 274 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Law & Philosophy, Professional & Technical, Self Help. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Kenny Herzog on Aug 03 2011

Unfortunately, the biggest sin committed by his inaugural tome is that it avoids those approachable, appealing topics in favor of a meandering, juvenile, plodding exercise in quasi-intellectual futility.

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