The good stuff:
There are lots of stories about his time in Hollywood.
The not so good:
*He is obsessed with telling the story about his mother; she was an amazing woman, but it does go on for way too long.
*His style is not appealing [just my opinion]
*The introduction is a HUGE mistake. After reading it I knew this was not going to be an enjoyable ride. If I had been browsing the book in a bookstore I would have put it down and moved on.
*The Hollywood stories are interesting but they lack depth and feeling.
I prefer autobiographies because they give you a slightly higher chance of finding out the truth about a person. I say slightly because people who write them often don’t want to tell you stuff about themselves so the book you read is essentially censored. A prime example…
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