Praise for Bon: The Last Highway by Jesse Fink:
'Wildly obsessive and doggedly researched, Bon: The Last Highway sifts through the myths for the truth of what happened to Bon Scott on his last day on earth. Jesse Fink, who seemingly spoke to everyone, moves through a complex web of misconceptions, biases, and addiction-marred memories, connecting narrative strands and hitherto unknown facts. As with Hank Williams - another iconic singer who died mysteriously in the backseat of a car on a lost highway - the story of Bon Scott and his tragic demise may never be accurately known, but this one-man investigation, born of respect for the truth and for Scott as a human being, blazes a new trail.'
- Joe Bonomo, author of AC/DC's Highway to Hell (33 1/3 Series)
'The most in-depth investigation into what happened to Bon Scott on the night of his death you'll ever read.'
- Rich Davenport, Rich Davenport's Rock Show
'The most extensively researched book on AC/DC ever... it's outstanding. The stories, the crazy attention to every detail ... it's pretty clear this took years to do. It is clearly the mother of all AC/DC books. By a mile and then some. It's killer. This story gets more incredible by the chapter. If you thought you knew Bon Scott, think again. This is as close as anyone is ever gonna get to the complete truth behind the legend, warts and all.'
- B.J. Lisko, Canton Repository, Ohio
'Very eye opening... Jesse Fink has done rock fans a great service. He dispels the many myths about how AC/DC's Bon Scott lived and died, and in doing so, brings to life one of the most influential, memorable, and complex figures in rock history.'
- Greg Renoff, author of Van Halen Rising
'Fink leaves no stone unturned in this deep biography of Bon Scott, the original AC/DC front man.'
- Publishers Weekly
'It was an honour to be interviewed for this book.'
- Barry Bergman, AC/DC's publisher and 'surrogate manager' at Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1976-79
Praise for Jesse Fink's previous book on AC/DC, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC:
'The best book I've ever read about AC/DC.'
Mark Evans, former bass player of AC/DC
'I loved it.'
- Jerry Greenberg (president of Atlantic Records, 1974-'80)
'A great job.'
- Tony Platt (engineer of Back In Black and Highway To Hell)
'I love the insight Jesse Fink has given us with his new book.'
- David Thoener (engineer of For Those About to Rock We Salute You)
'A largely untold, much more controversial story... anything but a hagiography. A fresh, incisive take on the band.'
Jesse Fink was born in London in 1973 and raised and educated in Australia. He is the author of four books including the international bestseller THE YOUNGS: THE BROTHERS WHO BUILT AC/DC. It was released in over 20 countries and translated into ten languages. In 2017 he is releasing two books: LAID BARE, a memoir, and BON: THE LAST HIGHWAY, a major biography of legendary AC/DC singer Bon Scott, three years in the making.
Visit the official BON: THE LAST HIGHWAY website at www.bonthelasthighway.com. You can like BON: THE LAST HIGHWAY at www.facebook.com/acdcbooks or follow Jesse on Twitter at www.twitter.com/JesseFink