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Are We There Yet?: Tales from the Never-Ending Travels of WWE Superst Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 4959 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Publisher: World Wrestling Entertainment (May 8, 2010)
  • Publication Date: May 11, 2010
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003L77V6U
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Turbo on March 3, 2005
Format: Paperback
Don't go into Are We There Yet? looking for a literary masterpiece.

Don't go into Are We There Yet? looking for a whole new take on the world of wrestling.

Are We There Yet? is simply a short, easy, entertaining read.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I went in expecting a mindless, entertaining read ... and that's what I got.

As someone who's been a wrestling fan my entire life, I love when the wrestlers shed their in ring characters and act "real" ... this is the epitome of that.

You get funny stories, touching stories, and just plain scary stories. In the end the wrestlers come across as people, just like you and I.

Whether you're reading about The Big Show breaking a toilet in India, or about Tazz, Michael Cole, and Josh Matthews trekking to SmackDown! in a snow storm, all the stories show you a side of the characters you don't normally see.

If you want a simple read, something you don't have to pay all that much attention to, yet still completely enjoy ... this is the book for you.

It's not super high on my all time favorite wrestling book list, but it is different ... and that makes it memorable.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Bedford Crenshaw on February 9, 2005
Format: Paperback
As the book's cover states, it is a collection of travel stories written by various WWE stars of their various exploits, divided into ten catagories: Good, Bad, Bizarre, Sacrifice, Fraternity, Entertainment, Back in the Day, Food, and Bathroom. The Bathroom chapter was solely Big Show's domain, and was not as scary as one would expect from the terms "Big Show" and "bathroom" being put together. The book is more interesting than humorous; there is too much of "you had to be there" for it to be humorous. It's the perfect book to read while on the road, over a meal at a restaurant, or sitting down in the bathroom, where you may be able to relate with Big Show more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jenn Hemme on November 2, 2005
Format: Paperback
This book is good. It has several chapters, diferent stories. Most are very interesting. I really would have liked to have seen Batista and Torrie Wilson in the book. Are We There Yet, doesn't have many descriptive stories of what their busy lives really are like. It isn't the best book from the WWE, but should be read. It's funny and interesting, with cool pictures!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Giammarino on January 18, 2007
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This was an enjoyable read, although expected it to be funnier. There are some good stories, but, most are more serious than I expected. I was surprised that so many of the superstars that have moved on from the territory are included, ie. Rico, Christian, etc. Still it is okay for the casual WWE fan.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Enrique Torres VINE VOICE on April 18, 2006
Format: Paperback
Most of the customer reviewers have something to contribute to why this is a good book in spite of it not being literary. It is funny that one person suggested various places to read this book and he came up with the john, or is that term not PC anymore(hmmmmmm)? Anyway that is exactly where our family copy ended up and it makes for good quick spurts of reading. The stories are entertaining and who would have thought that coming from a spectacle that bills itself as entertainment. I for one read it by jumping around and skipping certain passages or personalities that I find less than entertaining , there is that word again! The segemnts contributed by Chavo Guerrero where he talks about Eddie and their lifes ambition and how wrestling was such huge part of their lives and families lives sums up a concurrent theme running thoughout the book, family and the extended wrestling family.The humor is at times bizarre, the antics sort of wierd but what can you expect with so much time on the road. Most of the experiences are first hand, probably embellished stories but that is part of the fun. It is like the matches themselves, you know they are part(those slams etc, hurt) fake but it is entertaining. Also like the matches it is part soap opera, part drama that is coming from these actor/atheletes. The choice of contributers is strange as there are a few Hall of Famers mixed in with current superstars but certain guys are absent from the fraternity like the main man himself Mr. McMahan, Eddie Guerro, "The Rock", Hulk Hogan, Benoit or Batista. I guess it was a select fraternity chosen for ths project. The little stories are simple reading that will make you laugh and give you a smidgen of insight into these characters, it is afterall very entertaining. Get one to stock in your "private" reading room if you like WWE.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Peter's Girl on August 1, 2009
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I expected to get this book and not be able to put it down until I'd read it cover to cover. However, after the first 20 or so pages, I was very disappointed. The writing left alot to be desired on most of the stories. There was no real thread to connect the stories, even though the stories had been put into chapters that were basically titled by the content of the stories, but sometimes the stories didn't fit the category they were put into. That being said, there were some high points to the book. For example, there is a story about four WWE superstars traveling from North Carolina to Tennessee and having a wreck on the way. It may not sound (in description here) like it would be that funny, but the way it is told (apparently by Shannon Moore), the story is so hilarious that you feel almost as if you are listening to him personally tell you the story and the descriptive writing makes you feel as if you were right there when the event took place.
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