Michael does a great job allowing the reader to experience life as a musician in the 80’s on through stardom and hit records to bankruptcy, then on to retaking the world. Lists with This Book. The explanation, as it is for most of Michael Sweet’s major life decisions, is that it was “God’s plan. But, if Michael is going to put an honest book out there, and I believe he did, then for what reason do we read it, if to not gain insight into one of our favorite bands? My only complaint for which I left off a star was that there were grammatical mistakes throughout the book. The other thing to note is that although there is no question the Michael does indeed share his faith, at no point does this book ever become preachy.
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It’s good to hear his side of the story, and I don’t doubt his integrity. I found the book near impossible to put down – I just craved to learn more.
And so I have to be honest in return with how stryper honestly book made me feel. The reasons Michael gives for being bitter toward Stryper just don’t seem that earth-shattering to me. I kind of think he perhaps used this opportunity to set the record straight on a few things. Perhaps they rushed it out too quickly. I have been a fan all through the years of everything the band honetly individual band members homestly released.
My only complaint for which I left off a star was that there were grammatical mistakes throughout the book. Sweet gives and honest an moving account of the unexpected highs and lows throughout his tumultuous path to success. He tells it like it is, and tells you what he thinks about stryper honestly regardless of how it comes off, or makes him look or sound.
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Honestly: My Life and Stryper Revealed by Michael Sweet
While Michael Sweet does spend a good portion of the book explaining Stryper’s origins, I don’t feel like I got a true impression of what made Hoenstly decide to go “full Christian” after starting off as just another glam metal act on the Sunset Strip. Michael seemingly implies that his band mates hold him back, and that he must remain ever-vigilant in protecting Stryper from their lousy ideas, poor business sense, and sub-par songwriting honestoy. Kindle Editionpages.
May 08, Christina rated it it was stryper honestly. Sweet I had to order this off of Amazon because Stryoer could not find this book in any store, but it was so worth it. He indicts himself more often than he claims that others we the issue in many circumstances. Not only that, they were visually arresting, not to stryper honestly cute.
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Of course I wasn’t expecting another “The Dirt”; still, overall, “Honestly” was an entertaining read with some funny bits here and there the “glass eye” in Australia, and the stories about Stephan Galfas being full of poo were really awesome. I learned a lot that I didn’t know, so never think you know everything about your favorite band. This book is so honest sometimes brutally so. Cook rated it it was amazing. He opens stryper honestly and shares how he dealt stryper honestly struggles and is honest about his faith during those difficult times.
The book was an easy read, but it didn’t really reach out and grab me. Gonestly been a long time Stryper fan, and a Michael Sweet fan so a lot of the stories I knew, but what I did learn was about all the hardship, relationship issues within the band, and how the intricacy stryper honestly the music industry contributes to these issues.
Musically, I feel the other guys must be bringing something important to the table, because Stryper honestly loved the last couple of Stryper albums but haven’t cared for any of Michael’s solo work apart from TRUTH.
Open Preview See a Problem? Personally, I am an agnostic, but I still love and appreciate Mr. It was very interesting to read about certain behind the scenes stuff that helped explain some of the Stryper decisions over the years.
I have always loved his songs, and I have all the albums both Stryper’s and Michael’s. Maybe Michael Sweet really isn’t really like that at all. I’m just not sure I would have appreciated it as much if I were a Stryper stryper honestly.
But when I find a book that really captivates me, I’ll devour it. This book is not preachy, but stryper honestly man that just puts his feelings out there, almost like a journal.
An absolute page turner and I’ve been a long time Stryper fan, and a Michael Sweet fan so a lot of the stories I knew, but what I did learn was about all the hardship, relationship issues within the band, and how the intricacy of the music industry contributes to these issues. This was one of those books. One thing he failed to cover that leaves me wondering is how Tim came back into the band.