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The combative Charles Barkley defies both the laws of physics on the court and the unwritten laws of public relations off it. In this candid tell-all, Barkley...
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The combative Charles Barkley defies both the laws of physics on the court and the unwritten laws of public relations off it. In this candid tell-all, Barkley looks at the experiences and exploits that have kept him in the center of so much controversy. Includes an updated report on the Olympic "Dream Team."
Posted June 5, 2004
Speaking The Truth This book that I¿ve read was called Outrageous Charles Barkley. The book is mainly about a young talented man who went to the NBA to become one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Charles speaks the truth because even though he can dunk a basketball doesn¿t mean he should raise your children. What he is trying to say is kids have role models and they try to be just like then in many ways. So if your child watches and follows those role models moves, then he or she is going to be in trouble. He also meant that it is not his job to raise your kids because he is they role model. What I like about this book is that Charles Barkley is speaking the truth in many ways. The book talks about everything that a person would think or say about the book before they actually read it. He talks about his personal life and how he is paid to play basketball. So if he was to get in trouble outside of the basketball world don¿t think he is a bad person because ever one makes mistakes all throughout life. Now what I didn¿t like about the book is when he speaks about things I want him to keep going and don¿t stop until every little information is said and done. Another reason is the people in the story weren¿t really talking about to many details but they could have done better. My main reason for not liking this book is because they did not have a whole lot of pictures to describe the scene of the situation.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.