Learned many things about Bannister and Landy that I never knew. The author and narrator do a good job of keeping your interest. I would have to say one of the best books I have listened to this year. Right up there with Cinderella Man.
This book would be highly recommended for any Eagles fan.
I liked the first person narrative. You actually felt like you knew Don after reading the book.
See a different perspective from a musician that lived, worked, and played with the Eagles.
I told my daughter another serious classic rock fan, that I'd never look or feel quite the same way about the Eagles. I still love their music, but feel, I sort of have a fly on the wall's point of view of some of the goings on. I know it is one participant's perspective, but very interesting all the same.
Thoroughly enjoyed the presentation. The different voices for the characters in the book were a very nice surprise.
Michael Corelone of course. He was a very well rounded character.
This book was well worth the time I invested. Having read about him in the fouth grade (about 35 year ago) I knew that he was great, arrogant, and very insecure. But this book taught me many things.
For instance, I never knew that he had a brother or that he was half-Mexican. (He was the first real Latino Superstar of professional sports.) I also never plumbed the depth to which his son John Henry would go to turn a buck.
If you can abide the extremely colorful languages (lots of ?F? bombs, and worse!), you will enjoy the book immensely.
As reprehensible a character as he was, he was just a insecure man with near god-like talent in several areas. Two things you?ll remember from this book are: ?Get a good ball to hit.? And, ?There goes that greatest hitter that ever played the game?.
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