From Publishers Weekly
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The best history of the snake--bitten Boston Red Sox ever penned. -- Larry King, USA Today
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Another very interesting, well-written book by the best sports writer in the U.S. Shaughnessy's excellent writing makes every book he writes very enjoyable reading.Published 7 months ago by Donald Huffmire
THE CURSE OF THE BAMBINO is a book which, I suppose will appeal to enough Red Sox fans to help pay some of the college tuition for Dan Shaughnessy's kids. That's nice. Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by William J. Deangelis
The book "The Curse of The Bambino" is a great read full of colorful stories about baseball and the men who promoted and played the game. Read morePublished on November 10, 2010 by W. Powell
This is a good book for anyone just diving into Red Socks history. It may not include everything, but it has all the great (but more often not so great) moments that makes the Red... Read morePublished on December 15, 2009 by Megan A. Volger
Don't bother - complete and utter rubbish. Too bad this cannot rate zero stars, it's not even worth that.Published on March 19, 2007 by Jonny Jaha
First of all, let me make one thing perfectly clear; there is no curse. Dan Shaughnessy is a writer who wrote about an imaginary curse that, incidently, was conjured up by Red Sox... Read morePublished on June 7, 2006 by Eddie Spirito
For a good laugh, go back and read some of the older reviews of this book. "Shaughnessy's an idiot", "Go away loser", and "You're not a Red Sox fan" seem to be in every review. Read morePublished on May 17, 2005 by M. Johnson
The idea that the Red Sox were cursed because Harry Frazee sold the Bambino to finance a show is a misnomer at best, and a sincere lack of honesty at worst. Read morePublished on January 12, 2005 by Norman Eskind