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This is a very touching and inspiring book.
Sometimes the chapters tend to drag which causes the book to be boring at times, but overall it is a very good book to read, and I recommend people to read it.
As his memoir unfolds one can't help but be inspired by his example of courage, discipline and responsibility.
What can I say, we lost a great human being as well as a great tennis player too soon! This book is fabulous.Published 1 month ago by Denise Breland
Met Arthur Ashe some years ago , I was an Umpire at the USOpen tennis tournament. He was a very wonderful person and
his demenor was one of poise,dignity and graceful. Read more
I did not enjoy this book at all. Arthur Ashe unintentionally made himself look very pretentious in this book by skipping around different times in his life David Cage style,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by isacc kemp
4.5 would be my actual rating, the only negative being that the book seemed overly long. This is far more than a "tennis" book. Although we learn many interesting things from Mr. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Reading Mom
Arthur Ashe is a wonderful role model for us all. He has human fallibilities, but far more areas worthy of emulation.Published 8 months ago by Paul Bradley
Amazing Bio and inspirational. I am grateful in purchasing this book. Must read for anyone. You don't realize how the background of an athlete can be powerful.Published 14 months ago by West Lamy
I had wanted a biography of his early life - how he began playing tennis, his challenges in the game with segregation, etc.Published 15 months ago by Sondra W. Walters
Get this book to confirm your faith in humanity. Pass it along to a friend or family member who needs guidance.Published 15 months ago by Gary J Cimperman
After reading Days of Grace: A Memoir you are reaffirmed of what a great human being Arthur Ashe was. He applied professionalism toward every part of his life. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Christina Medica