I have long been fascinated by the whole "groupie culture" and this book is a great description of it all! I love going to concerts and I love meeting rock stars in person, it gives me a thrill like nothing else does. Would I go so far as sleeping with any of them? No, but I can see how it happens.
As far as I can see, Pamela was living in the right place at exactly the right time and had an absolute ball (most of the time), living her life to the fullest. She had parents who loved her unconditionally, through all her ups and downs and all her crazy behaviours over many years. Her mother sounds like an amazing lady, actually.
I can see why the guys that Pamela slept with, liked her. She is obviously attractive, lots of fun, a great figure and completely uninhibited. What more could a rock star want? She also seems like a nice person, and I am sure that some of the guys she slept with also enjoyed her company immensely.
It is very risky, the life she lead, and she is very, very lucky that she didn't end up injured or with a variety of STD's etc. That is probably the main reason others don't go down the groupie path, I would say. Some parts of the book are a bit on the self-indulgent side and some of the grammar and spelling weren't great, but that is all part of a book like this, especially since the author was also quoting from her diary, back when she was a teenager.
Nevertheless, this was a very interesting book, a unique insight into this lifestyle choice, and I enjoyed reading about various rock stars whose CD's and records I possess. Reading about Don Johnson was illuminating to say the least, I had a bit of a crush on him, back in the day! I also liked reading about what happened to some of the people from Pamela's past, during the 2018 update. I loved the fact that Pamela remains her own person, even though she is 70 now, good on her.