My Remarkable Journey

My Remarkable Journey

Book - 2009
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My Remarkable Journey is the definitive autobiography of a legendary and beloved personality in television history. In his most personal work yet, Larry King shares his riveting and inspiring story, from his humble roots in Depression-era Brooklyn to the heights of celebrity as host of CNN's Larry King Live . He speaks candidly about his feelings toward George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Regan, and Richard Nixon. As well, he discusses personal details--his early radio days, the painful loss at age nine of his father, his seven marriages to six women, and how at age sixty-five he discovered he had a grown son. Filled with delightfully evocative personal anecdotes and behind-the-scenes observations on some of our most important world figures, My Remarkable Journey is a must-read for Larry King fans.
Publisher: Toronto/New York : Viking Canada / Weinstein Bks., c2009
ISBN: 9780670063932
Branch Call Number: ANF 791.44092 KIN
Characteristics: 294 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Fussman, Cal


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Jun 13, 2017

I have never been much of a Larry King fan, but when I worked in the Washington, D.C. area around the 1970s and working swing shift, I would listen to him occasionally until his 1978 show, when he and another NY Jewish fellow from Wall Street, spent the hour trashing the American military and American soldiers in particular [ // Wouldn't trust one to work as a copy machine operator \\ said King's NY Jewish buddy, and Larry concurred ], and then went on to trash the Pope [not a fan, but still thought it in poor taste].
Last time I listened to that idiotic screwball.
Nothing about Larry is recommended!

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