Slash's autobiography was predictably awesome. Any Guns N' Roses fan should definitely read it, or any rock fan, for that matter. It is written well (English was Slash's best class in high school, as I learned), and, as you might imagine, it deals with the ups and downs of fame and the concomitant chemical dependencies. I've always assumed Slash is a down-to-earth, good guy (albeit with his booze and heroin problems), and this book only confirmed my assumption.
Now, I have started reading The Informers by Bret Easton Ellis, which is apparently soon going to be released as a film as well. Fifteen pages in and so far there's nothing about Snow.