The Philadelphia Bulletin Bristles with hate, ego and unsparing bluntness.
Cleveland Plain Dealer Williams emerges as an honest chronicler of an interesting American career, with the blemishes plain as well as the mighty accomplishments.
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Having grown up in the era of Ted Williams, I loved reading this book. I have read biographies of him, and they were good accounts,
but this autobiographical account really... Read more
great book about a great ballplayer. Best one on Williams, and of course it's an autobiography.Published 15 months ago by Arthur Thoms
When one of the 3 greatest hitters ever, who also was a fighter pilot in two wars tells his life story, it is worth reading. Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. Davis
My husband is reading this book so I cannot really comment except that he's enjoying it very much.Published 20 months ago by Nanny Brit