• Simon Mason was the rock ’n’ roll doctor

    Alan McGee
  • Simon writes very honestly about a job many people think is cool, others rely upon and more think is scum. He details the associated highs that came with being a drug dealer to rock stars and the personal lows that came afterwards

    James Brown, founding editor of Loaded
  • [Simon Mason] may have been a crappy junkie, a drug-dealing chancer, but when his writing flows and you are honking out of pure revulsion, then you see he always had the talent he needed. He was just looking in the wrong place. Here is a born teller of tales, who in between the highs and lies, gets you in the gut, leaving you with belly laughs and hope

    Suzanne Moore
  • Nothing's more boring than a drugs memoir. Not this one though. Buy it

    Irvine Welsh
  • A remarkable memoir

    London Evening Standard

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