If you're looking for a deep look into the life of rock's foremost schoolboy, you won't find it here. The biographical elements for Angus's pre-AC/DC life are fairly solid, but once the band kicks off, the text is very much focused on the performer. The offstage man is repeatedly described as 'private', and author Jess Apter seems little inclined to impinge on that desire for privacy.
What you do get though is a solid and very readable account of AC/DC the band, and Angus Young's central contribution to their success. I doubt there is much here to surprise a dedicated fan, but if you've only a more passing awareness of the band, then there are plenty of interesting tales.