"Irvin Muchnick is hell-bent on discovering the essence of the cover-ups. [H]e provides more details and more insights that ultimately increase frustrations, but at the same time, must be examined if you choose, like myself, to claim to be an informed fan of an industry that had its blissful ignorance torn to shreds." Wrestling Observer
"Incredible retelling of the tragic story . . . Highly recommended." Georgia Wrestling Online
"An extremely well written account . . . the best book published on the subject to date. Trust me when I say there is a lot to be learned in reading this book." PW Mania
This is just yet another piece of trash that tries to blame the sport of pro wrestling for everything.
I found this a very difficult book to read due to the fact I was a big Chris Benoit fan and knowing what he done to his wife and child sickens me to my stomach.
We have all heard "a wise person learns from their mistakes".Evidently Mr. Muchnick didn't get the memo.
Tons of great information and evidence put in too short of a book. The pace is frenetic and disjointed but provides for an exciting read. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Jim M.
It was very alarming and it opened my eyes to what was really happening in their marriage and what led to the tragedy.Published 6 months ago by Shanika L.Wheeler
The only way it can be a true story is if the infomration came from either Chris, Nancy or Daniel. This is only speculation no one but those three know what really happened.Published 7 months ago by Kathy Smith
Nothing new here, just a rehash of things from newspapers and tv. In fact I think Nancy grace was more informativePublished 8 months ago by Eric Hotaling
this book gives the fan a true insight as to what really happened and shows how corporations,etc, try to pass the buck so as to shift blame to someone else.Published 8 months ago by Merle J Hirsch
I found the book well-written and researched. The whole truth behind this tragedy will never be known but some questions have been answered here.Published 11 months ago by Tuan
Maybe pro wrestling isn't as exposed as we think.
Despite the common understanding that pro wrestling is no longer a secret, this book left me with the lasting... Read more