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The Vault of Walt: Volume 2: Unofficial, Unauthorized, Uncensored Disney Stories Never Told Paperback – September 20, 2013
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Jim Korkis is an internationally respected Disney historian whose hundreds of articles and presentations about all things Disney have been enjoyed by people worldwide for decades.
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The writing style here is well structured and moves along quickly, each segment being broken into easy-to-read bits. Jim's research is taken either from direct interviews with the people involved or from archives making it the single most factual and truthful books out there. If you hate Walt and are sharpening your teeth in the hopes of learning some dirty secrets that support the rumors you've heard, you may be disappointed to find out what a warm and genuine man he was. Nonetheless when it comes time to admit there were some grumpy moments in Walt's life, you'll find the truth isn't biased and neither are Jim's books.
Out of the dozens of Disney biographies and auto-biographies that I've read, there are no finer Disney books than those written by Jim Korkis. The fact that so many people close to Walt would agree to speak to Jim about these moments in time speaks volumes of the author's character. A must-read.