Entertaining book about one of the most entertaining men of the 20th Century.
Hope's infidelity is mostly referred to in passing, and even when referred to directly, it still feels like the author doesn't really want to talk about it.
I guess he never really appreciated humor because Hope was one of the funniest men and best comedians ever.
The product description was "New" and yet when it was received, it was torn, very ripped, and looked like it had been run over by a few dump trucks. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marie Evans
I always liked Bob Hope as a child and my affection for him has lasted in to my senior years. This book gives a balanced view of Bob and humanizes him without being vindictive. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ralph Grimes
This was an extremely thorough account of Bob Hope's life, but perhaps too thorough. Too often throughout the book, the narrative descends into a play by play of events. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Spring
I found this book to be an enjoyable read. All those years of watching Bob Hope make it all look so easy - now I realize how hard he worked to become an amazing entertainer.Published on May 6, 2010 by William L. Kershul