Category Archives: Biography

A Life In Parts by Bryan Cranston

A Life in Parts A- 289 pages Amazon Book Preview of “A Life in Parts“

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Killing The SS by Bill O’Reilly

Killing The SS: The Hunt for the Worst War Criminals in History I read a couple of these ‘Killing’ books by O’Reilly and Dugard. This was the best one so far. Most books about World War II end with The … Continue reading

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Life To The Limit by Jenson Button

Jenson comes across as very likeable in Life To The Limit. The story he tells about his father is very touching. As a kid seeing his parents go through a divorce, and bonding with his dad: first through racing motorbikes, … Continue reading

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The Soundtrack Of My Life by Clive Davis

I loved reading The Soundtrack Of My Life; co-written by Anthony DeCurtis, because I love reading books about Rock and Pop Music. I found the book self-serving and DeCurtis isn’t the best writer. As a lawyer Davis served Columbia and … Continue reading

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Which Lie Did I Tell by William Goldman

Which Lie Did I Tell?: More Adventures In The Screen Trade is a follow up to Adventures in the Screen Trade. This book has the same pros and cons. Some of the stories are repeated so this book isn’t quite … Continue reading

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Spider From Mars by Woody Woodmansey

Spider From Mars: My Life with Bowie is one of the better written Rock Biographies. Michael ‘Woody’ Woodmanssey was the drummer for David Bowie during his Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars era. As such, Woody played on the … Continue reading

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Churchill by Andrew Roberts

Is there anyone, ever, who has lived such a complete life as Winston Churchill? The closest I can come up with is Theodore Roosevelt. Churchill lived 90 years, and every decade of his life would fill the biography of a … Continue reading

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