(E–pub/Pdf) [My Remarkable Journey] author Larry King
Ecommend the audio over the book simply because Larry King is reading it and various Thoughtful Interaction Design family members andriends read as well It makes the book come to life I really enjoyed learning the details of Larry s life his early experiences in Brooklyn losing his A course in Game Theory father becoming a deejay in Miami gaining and losing lots of money his multiple marriages and everything that led to where he is today His honesty about hisailures as well as his triumphs was refreshing and made me eel much sympathetic toward his imperfections "There Were Parts That "were parts that laughed outloud especially in the beginning when Larry tells crazy anecdotes about misadventures with his riends as a young boy and teenager I admit that I The Wild Queen (Young Royals, foundirst half of the book personal and entertaining than the second half I never really paid attention to Larry before hearing him interviewed recently by Cal Fussman A Tax Progressivity and Income Inequality fascinating life rich with ups and downs recounted with lots of humour Well worth reading whether or not you are into his CNN persona Loved this book Reading it you can t help but hear his iconic voice tell his story It was interesting andunny I als I wasn t expecting much I m not a big Larry King an and this book was a gift Imagine my
Surprise When It Turned when it turned to be one of the unnier autobiographies I ve ever read It s a little choppy thanks to Larry inviting other voices to chime in at significant moments But it s an hilarious uick read Larry was a Arduino Development Cookbook f%k up there s no other wordor it He s had 8 wives But he s always been surrounded by good Mastering Gephi Network Visualization friends who have got him into and out of scrapes including his most serious one when he was arrested and his burgeoning radio career appeared to be over Worth readingor the story about the time he and his buddy Herb started a memorial The Canadian Regime fundor a high school chum of their who wasn t actually deceased It may be the Testing Aircraft, Exploring Space funniest story the New York Times never ran. The racetrack had a heart attack and uintuple bypass surgery uit smokingounded a heart oundation that has raised millions and assisted thousands and now at the age of seventy ive has recently gotten thrown out of a Little League game or arguing a call in defense of his nine year old son Filled with delightfully evocative personal anecdotes and behind the scenes observations on some of our most important world igures What Am I Doing Here will be devoured by Larry King's millions of ans worldwid.
TO IT BUT THEN AGAIN ITit but then again it very larry "King He S Not A Writer He "he s not a writer he a talker and you get his voice unedited i knew i d like this book because i once heard him say in interviews he never uses the word i that s smart and hard to do and reading the book made me realize he s one of those people who is so dumb that he s a genius he kind of admits it
himself he just asks lots of uestions but he has inesse and it is becausehe just asks lots of uestions but he has inesse and it is because his character and down to earth ness and curiosity and kindness and respect or everyone that people relate to him which leads to some rather powerful interviews it s surprising to read about how he did what he did i wouldn t call it luck but what oprah calls it good opportunity realized larry king i think sees the best in things and runs after those things and so amazing things happened to him he is so old and he will be retiring i believe in 2011 it will be sad not to be able to turn on the tv and see him there in his suspenders with that classic background hear that unforgettable voice what will the world be like really we haven t seen a world without larry king or a very long time maybe jesus will Mapapansin Kaya? finally come down or something I listened to this on audio A light entertaining read I Ots in Depression era Brooklyn to the heights of celebrity as host of CNN's Larry King Live Before he befriended presidents and iconic entertainers Larry grew up on the streets of Brooklyn where he was known toriends as Zeke the Greek the Mouthpiece because he never stopped talking Larry delves deeply into his extraordinary personal odyssey beginning with the loss of his ather at age nine He has lost jobs had a three pack a day smoking habit been down to his last 2 when he won an 8000 trifecta at.