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Anderson Cooper is brutally honest about his personal losses as well as wonderfully descriptive about all the world events he has covered over the years. Excellent book. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Carla Kann
Who doesn't love that sweet faced Anderson? I see on television the emotion he feels when he is off on assignment. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sara / Gull Cottage
I am glad this was not a gift for a friend, The jacket was a little ragged. One other problem, the spine of the jacket had some kind of blue price tag, showing $2.00. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diana Lewis
Excellent read. Well written. Heart touching. Amazing to see Anderson on CNN and to realize all he's been through in his life.Published 1 month ago by D. Jeana Stone
I heard him talk about a great deal of this at a seminar he gave recently. He barely touched on his brother's suicide, yet I kept wondering how that would impact a 21 year old. Read morePublished 3 months ago by susan dana kennedy
What a fascinating story Anderson has to tell. From the nostalgic moments spent with his dad as a child, the devastating events in his life, his initiatives to report on the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elizabeth Echavarria
Anderson Cooper is my hero. Ever since I saw his coverage of Katrina and he snapped at Senator Landrieu...I keep hoping that he runs for office one day.Published 3 months ago by Nick Manix
Enjoyed the book very much. Focused on several assignments he'd been on and touched a little on the family. Always enjoy watching Anderson Cooper 360. Very interesting read.Published 4 months ago by Marty Schlossenberg
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I was at the signing at Olsson's Bookstore in Arlington, VA last night. Cooper was refreshingly genuine both in his talk and at the signing. He greeted each person in line by name (provided by the publicist) and chatted away casually. I had picked up a Graham Greene novel while I was waiting... Read More
Jun 8, 2006 by K. Steakley | See all 7 posts
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I just finished reading his Dispatches from the Edge and I really enjoyed it. Anderson seems like a caring and concerned human being, and I admire how hard he has worked in his profession.
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