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“Mr. Astaire’s writing, like his dancing, is precise and debonair...” (The New Yorker)
“...brimming over with fresh and amusing anecdotes...” (New York Times)
“...as easy and as effervescent as his own personable way of dancing.” (New York Herald Tribune)
It was a gift for my daughter and she loved it. Read it in 3 days!Published 16 days ago by Susie532Susie
It was just OK. I am a huge Astaire fan, and I knew he would not be inclined to dish any dirt. However, he only goes so far with a story, and then moves on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary B.
Fine as far as it goes. Rather superficial almost as if his character in life was not that different than those in his film roles. Odd omissions. Read morePublished 7 months ago by T. Burke
I love Fred Astaire. This is a chronological story of his life--nothing really personal, no secrets revealed, nothing intimate, mostly a list of events. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bobbie