I read this book several years ago and remember being amazed that Chuck Negron survived the drug abuse and self destructive behavior. Three Dog Night was always one of my favorite bands, and I had no idea of the abuse before reading this book. As the description states: "That he survived at all is a miracle; that he has his career back on track and a new life devoted to helping other drug abusers is an inspiration." This is a fantastic tribute to the talent of this man. Recently, on 11/20/08, he received a Career Achievement Award. However, the saddest part of his story for me is learning that his son Chucky, who was born addicted to heroin, is still battling the addiction despite the family’s support and participation in the Intervention series on A&E. This has to be crushing for Negron Sr.