It was a sad read for me, being an ardent MJ fan.
I thought this book was a really good read--intriguing and honest, even though the author may have seemed a bit cynical and a little self-indulgent at times.
Michael Leahy is a Washington Post writer and his book is the first one to portray Jordan completely -- his attributes, warts, worries.
Great insight to Jordan. It changes your opinion of him as a person.Published 24 days ago by Tink M.
This book provided great insight on the tumultuous years of the Jordan era in Washington. I'd recommend this to any sports fan.Published 1 month ago by Marcus Johnson
It was a gift for my boyfriend and he loved it! He is going to enrich his collection of Michael Jordan's things!!Published 12 months ago by Maria Daskalaki
i might have had too high expectations here. i was hoping for some insight or clues as to what makes michael jordan the basketball great and the man he is. Read morePublished 12 months ago by amazon fan
I rarely give anything five stars, but I'll give this one five...even allowing for Leahy's reflexive (like all sportswriters) occasional liberal asides. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John Aquilegia
I thought this book was a really good read--intriguing and honest, even though the author may have seemed a bit cynical and a little self-indulgent at times. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Stephen A Hudson
Michael Leahy wrote a terrible book. Most of the box is a two season long nightly box score of a Wizards game in which MJ floundered in the 4th quarter sandwiched n between... Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by William B. Hurd
This book provides an inside look into Jordan's time with the wizards. Leahy on honest look at this faltering group, and maybe takes a little too long at times. Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by K. Lee
This book will really kill your love for MJ, so if you idolize him, stay away! The author paints a picture of MJ as a bad teammate who tears down anyone who does not conform to his... Read morePublished on April 5, 2009 by C. Sandifer