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A Good Reason Why Book Burning Should Return,
By A Customer
This review is from: A Shark Never Sleeps: Wheeling and Dealing with the NFL's Most Ruthless Agent (Hardcover)
Should be entitled, "Way Too Many Pages About Why I love myself." Rosenhaus is an egomaniac who revels in his self-absorption. This book has no redeeming value, except as a substitute for Syrup of Ipicac. While Rosenhaus gloats about the athletes he has somehow convinced to hire him, he makes no mention of the careers he has ruined, such as that of Errict Rhett, a top NFL running back who Rosenhaus advised sit out an NFL season rather than honor the binding contract Rhett had with an NFL team. As a result, Rhett lost a year of pay, was demoted to second team the following year when he returned, was traded to another team, where he is presently collecting splinters in his rear. This type of ignorant greed is nowhere to be found in this worthless, self-lovefest of a book.