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An Incomplete and Inaccurate History of Sport

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2012

    Ouch!

    Sorry, but this book is not very good. The authors sense of humor is poor. Even though he is self-deprecating, he comes off as very full of himself. I have a lot more things to say, but I'm trying to keep this as nice as I can. I've read several thousand books on just about every topic one could imagine, and this is the first time I've ever considered asking for my money back. Please save your money. Do not buy this. If you feel you just have to read this book (I don't know why that would be but....), try to get it at the library. If you do buy this book, you will kick yourself.

    Sorry. I really wish I could write something else, but I can't. This book is horrible

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2008

    One of the best books I've read

    Great Read. If you enjoy Kenny's brand of humor, and are interested in learning some about the man. This book is for you. He covers some sports. But like the title says it is incomplete so LOTS of sports aren't covered. But the important ones are. He uses the chapters to talk about stories from his past. My favorite parts are when he injects happy/sad (depending on how you see it) moments in his life amoungst all the humor. The prayer before Riley's conception, and a story about Mark Sansaver (one of Kenny's childhood friends) were my favorites. At some points in the book I was laughing out loud and at other points I could have been (if I wasnt an emotionless black hole) crying. A great book and I truly hope it sells well so he will write more.

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