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The Simon Pegg and Ron Jeremy autobiogs are good, light reads.  The latter manages to elicit some sympathy for a guy who, by several people's accounts, can be a major douchebag in real life.

 

Something less pleasant, mayhaps?  Five words: James Ellroy, MY DARK PLACES.

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It depends on what you're looking for in a read.

 

Personally I love Bret Hart's autobiography to death, Jericho's first book, Dynamite Kid's is very good and a very quick read, Spencer Haywood's is a good story of recovery and redemption, non-wrestling or sports I enjoyed Roger Moore's a great deal.

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Miles Davis. Tells his story, which is pretty amazing, but it's also one of the most informative books on music that I've ever read. Plus, it is transcribed directly from a pretty massive series of interviews that he did with Quincy Troupe, so it reads as if Miles is talking directly to you. As such, the word 'motherfucker' is tossed around with reckless abandon. 

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