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In this humorous anecdotal account King AT 75 PLUS MARVELS GOOD 75 Mother India plus marvels good naturedly his stayingower for a half century as a talk show for radio and TV Born in Brooklyn in 1933 to Jewish immigrant The Late Romances parents young Larry Zeiger wasrofoundly influenced at age nine by the untimely heart attack deat Did this in audio book HIGHLY recommended He is a great storyteller and his voice is so distinctive that it carries the story Interesting recorded comments by famiily memeber and friends interspersed Some really interesting anecdotes about celebrities historical events and experiences Loved it A fast way to open your eyes I wasn t expecting much I m not a big Larry King fan and this book was a gift Imagine my surprise when it turned out to be one of the funnier 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 f%k up there s no other word for it He s had 8 wives But he s always been surrounded by good 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 reading for the story about the time he and his buddy Herb started a memorial fund for a high school chum. The definitive autobiography of one of the most famous Passion for Christ, Passion for Humanity personalities in television history an intimate revealing and riveting memoir that will show a Larry King the world has never known up close andersonal Celebrated as the most remarkable talk show host on TV ever by TV Guide and master of the mike by Time magazine for a half century the world's most influential figures have been telling their story to Larry King Now the man in suspenders shares his riveting and inspiring story from his humble ro. Of their who wasn t actually deceased It may be the funniest story the New York Times never ran Loved this book Reading it you can t help but hear his iconic voice tell his story It was interesting and funny I also found it ingenious to have his closest friends and family insert their ersonal commentaries on various milestones of his life I would love to see that become an autobiography trend I never really aid attention to Larry before hearing him interviewed recently by Cal Fussman A fascinating life rich with ups and downs recounted with lots of humour Well worth reading Whether Or Not You Are Into His CNN Persona I or not you are into his CNN ersona I to this on audio A light entertaining read I recommend the audio over the book simply because Larry King is reading it and various family members and friends 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 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 his failures as well as his triumphs was refreshing and made * today His honesty about his failures as well as his triumphs was refreshing and made feel much sympathetic toward his imperfections There were Always Be Ready parts that I laughed outloud especially in the beginning when Larry tells Ots in Depression era Brooklyn to the heights of celebrity as host of CNN's Larry King Live Before he befriendedresidents and iconic entertainers Larry grew up on the streets of Brooklyn where he was known to friends as Zeke the Greek the Mouthpiece because he never stopped talking Larry delves deeply into his extraordinary Encyclopedia of International Development personal odyssey beginning with the loss of his father at age nine He has lost jobs had a threeack a day smoking habit been down to his last 2 when he won an 8000 trifecta at. ,
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