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3.0 out of 5 stars
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING, 17 May 2007
I enjoyed the first half of the book, but after that the insights become a bit repetitive, the description of the playoff-games not very colourfull
and the interest slowly but surely disappears.
I expected a more candid and elaborate story, but maybe that was wishfull thinking, because the tone and choice of words is the same as in PJ's press conferences.
That being said: the childishness of 3 of the 4 HOF-ers throughout the season is shocking and the problems to get players to listen hard to believe. A book of this nature by a prominent coach is not exactly an everyday phenom, so in that regard certainly worth reading.