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Truly outstanding. I was familiar with Stefan Fatsis from his appearances on NPR, and the same insight and wit heard in his radio reports are found in the pages of his book.Published 9 months ago by H. Brown
This book will give you a new respect for players in the NFL. I have been watching the NFL my whole life. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Logan May
Thanks 4the effort, to the author, the players, coaches, and family members who made the book so much fun for me. I'll always be an appreciative and avid FAN!Published on March 3, 2014 by Kindle Customer
George Plimpton, meet Stefan Fatsis.
Plimpton, you might recall, wrote a book in the early 1960's called "Paper Lion" on his experiences when he participated in... Read more
I am a big fan of the Slate - hang up and listen podcast; I avoided reading the book because I thought Stefan Fatsis sounded a little full of himself. Read morePublished on January 29, 2014 by Skye A. Wills
I really enjoyed it from start to finish, as good as Paper Lion! Great journalistic technique, and totally enjoyable in a respects!Published on January 20, 2014 by Rick
Fatsis is charming in his self awareness. This book told me things I didn't know - a lot them actually -- including that rooting for underdogs is in my DNA.Published on January 5, 2014 by Charles Post