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This book is an excellent biography of a young immigrant (The Good), a boring Hollywood tell-all (The Bad) and a non-existent biography of the young man after 18, but before... Read morePublished 9 months ago by VG
A couple recommended this book. It's great. Well written. Well thought out. He can tell a story. Is it all true? Doubtful. Is it fun as hell? You bet your ass it isPublished 11 months ago by Sean Tuohy
Gosh ... I don't know about this book. I think the author's brash self agrandizement and repetitive bragging get in the way of what could be an interesting story. Read morePublished 12 months ago by WorldTravelr
This is a book I didn't want to end. Mr. Eszterhas is a fantastic writer and spinner of tales. There is an unexpected moral element to the book and a willingness by Mr. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dennis Fisher
'Hollywood Animal' follows the story of Joe Eszterhas, from a child in Hungarian prison camps to being arguably the most famous, successful and powerful screenwriter of all... Read morePublished 22 months ago by C.J.H
I picked this up because I was acquainted with Joe during his stint as editor of the O.U. Post at Ohio U. He was Belushi-like character running a M.A.S.H. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Art C. Phartsy
I tried to read this book with an open mind, but in the end, ended up just about despising the author. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by maelje
I must have read a different book to other reviewers.
Probably the most pretentious, full of himself book I've ever read. Read more
Having read everything Joe has written, I am in Love with him. I lived in Akron OH for 3 years and spent time in Cleveland. Tough Town. Read morePublished on May 5, 2010 by Amazon Customer