From Publishers Weekly
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If you liked the Marx brothers I would highly recommend this book. Great insights into an amazingly interesting family. Well written and informative.Published 8 months ago by Robert E. Freeman
Like many other reviewers of this group biography, I have read multiple books by and about the Marx Brothers and devour each new volume as they appear. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tim Field
I read this book and watched the movies, chronologically. This gave me a crisp insight into the boys behind the Marxian mask.Published 13 months ago by Daniel
A very hard read, incoherent at times. Too much time spent on their early years. A little more interesting in the last third of the book.Published 21 months ago by PM
Would recommend this to others who liked the Marx Brothers. Arrived promptly and is very interesting. Both my husband and I have been reading it.Published on February 3, 2013 by Rita K.
I read several of the 1 star reviews of this book before I ordered it. I always do that. I have this theory that you can tell more from the poor reviews than you can from the good... Read morePublished on October 26, 2012 by Barry Sharpe
I have never read an author so glaringly in need of a strong editor as Louvish. What's most painful about his atrocious writing style is that-- as noted in other reviews-- it ruins... Read morePublished on March 9, 2012 by W. Gary Wetstein
I'd give this book one star, but some of the author's patience and endurance in slogging through some old documentary evidence does deserve credit, and does make for some... Read morePublished on January 7, 2006 by Pineywoods Man
The massive comprehensive research Mr. Louvish did for this book is truly impressive. Not only do we get huge amounts of biographical information on the five main subjects, we... Read morePublished on December 2, 2005 by Anyechka