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Let's Face It: 90 Years of Living, Loving, and Learning

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2007

    Funny and Intelligent -- could not put it down.

    Kirk's writing is superb -- funny and intelligent. With the instincts of an accomplished storyteller, 'tough guy' Kirk wonders outloud about all the things that each one of us is concerned with regardless of age, from the aches and pains of daily life to questions of humanity's present and future state and questions like who is God? What is death? Who are we? Kirk is quite evidently on a spiritual journey that's taken him to question every notion about himself and life around him and across the world. His opinions are brave, whether Kirk takes on Hollywood legends or American Presidents. This is not a 90-year old ready to depart the world. Kirk still has more spank in him than all of us combined. For us, forty-somethings, his hindsight and opinions are worth a lot -- no excuse not to live our life well! Empathetic and beautiful writing, could easily garner a Pulitzer Prize. I thoroughly enjoyed his book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2007

    Open your eyes America He's Right

    Perfect for the world we're living in. Read and understand thru the eyes of a man that has seen it all and lived it. We take many things for granted, Mr Douglas brings us to a reality check. Thanks for the truth, Mr. Douglas, humility sometimes is not an easy trait to come by.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2007

    Definitely Worth the Read

    Kirk excells in honesty and in his welcome expressions of love -- for family, friends and life. We all can learn from him here. He does less well in his handwringing over the present state of the world, as if he discovered only very late what we almost all do know -- that the world has problems, as it's always had and unfortunately always will. Go ahead and pass the torch, Kirk - the world'll be O.K. We love you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2007

    EXTREMELY WELL WRITTEN

    This book says it all. Kirk Douglas has a natural genius for expressing himself with pen and paper. I loved 'Ragman's Son' and 'A Stroke Of Luck,' and this book ranks right up there. Now all I can think about is re-reading the previous books and catching as many Kirk Douglas movies as possible. Read this book -- you'll love it!!

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