"By far one of the best film books I've ever read. It centers around two of my favorite films of all time, The Graduate and Bonnie & Clyde, and describes how they spearheaded the revolution in the cinema of 1967. A must read."
"I have very mixed feelings about Marie Antoinette as a person, yet I couldn't put this book down. It's an in-depth view of the role fashion played in her downfall, and aims to rehabilitate Marie's image by proving that her penchant for frippery had deep psychological motivations."
"Anne Boleyn is my favorite person in the entire history of the world, and Ives captures her every nuance in this landmark study. I'd only recommend it to people already extremely well-versed in Anne's life, however--it's not for the casual reader. That said, it's still one of the best biographies I've ever read, and it's the definitive work on AB."
"This book is MASSIVE in scope. Decca may have come off as a tough chick sometimes, but her letters here prove that she could be a real softie, especially in regards to her two husbands. Her deathbed letter to Bob Treuhaft is both loving and witty--classic Decca to the end."