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Fast read; very interesting inside story of how exactly Conan O'Brien won the "The Tonight Show" job, then lost it again a few months later. Read morePublished 23 days ago by The Phantom
Mr. Carter's previous work "The Late Shift" about the turmoil which ensued in finding a replacement for Johnny Carson was an excellent piece of reporting. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Franklin the Mouse
Well written and entertaining. Goes deep into the background of all the major players. I like how it gave a moment by moment account of what transpired. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Just a dude
Great reporting, gripping story, but who, if anybody, edited the text? Too long a book to support such a dense concentration of mixed metaphors and cheesy clichés.Published 2 months ago by Joseph R Arron
This book was the bomb. It gave me a new appreciation for late night TV. After reading this you will see that Leno is a very strange guy and conniving.Published 2 months ago by D.T.
Super entertaining read about what went down in the late night wars in 2010. wish i couldve read the first bookPublished 2 months ago by Tony B. Rickson
A less-than suspenseful rehash of his earlier book, "The Late Shift". Boring, predictable, and stretched out much longer than necessary.Published 2 months ago by Mike Finch
This a balanced account of the late night debacle of a few years back. Carter sufficiently introduces all of the players: Leno, O'Brien, and Letterman, as well as more peripheral... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Pizzuto