Good reading/listening for sports fans and those who normally couldn't care less. This very well communicated book offers insight into a person, who in spite of fame and fortune was deeply affected and mixed by the father and son ego conflict which frequently resulted in self destructive behavior in a lifelong pursuit to be liked. Although most were love/hate relationships, everyone seemed to admire him greatly. I enjoyed listening so much while excising that couldn’t wait for each session.
It starts slow, but, quite good once it gets going. Brought issues in perspective to dealing with terrorist and US need to adopt a more aggressive approach to security and counterterrorism. The closing of the book made me wanting to read more. I hope Aaron Cohen is working a sequel.
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