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With dueling Merman biographies being released just prior to her birth centennial in 2008 (the other is Caryl Flinn's "Brass Diva"), Kellow's slimmer tome is the livelier... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pageturner in NYC
WARNING: NO PHOTOS IN KINDLE VERSION.
The book is enjoyable. I wish I had had a chance to see Ethel Merman in person. Great stories about her life and Broadway. Read more
This painstaking, eloquent biography explains why Merman was the greatest Broadway star--across three generations. Read morePublished 7 months ago by furibonda iena
Still in the middle of its reading; I'm enjoying getting to know about Ms. Merman and the Era of Broadway musicals.Published 9 months ago by Leana Aymoré Jacob
It took me forever to read this book----the print is so small and the book is not written in an interesting fashion at all. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dawn G.Arnold
This is a really infomative, entertaining, well researched book on this complex woman. I've never seen her on the stage so I can't judge the incredible impact that it seems she... Read morePublished 15 months ago by addison de witt
The great and incomparable Ethel Merman, the Biggest and Brightest light on Broadway. This Book says it all, a must read.Published on December 27, 2012 by Patrick M. Luci
easy to read and a very intersting look at a "one of a kind " singer and Broadway star.
there will never be another Ethal Merman