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Rated R super author,
This review is from: Adam Copeland on Edge (WWE) (Paperback)
I have read many Wrestling autobiographies and very few come close to Mick Foley's, yet Adam Copeland on EDGE is right up there. The reason this book is so good is that like Foley, Edge wrote the book himself which makes the experience much more personal and funnier as nothing has been lost in translation by a ghost writer. That is the main problem with other autobiographies such as Stone Cold's, HBK's, Hulk Hogan's and even the legendary Ric Flair, but not this. The book covers Edge's life up to the return to the ring after neck surgery. The book is begging a sequel on his retirement and I for one can't wait. The book makes me watch Edge's in ring performances in a different light, and one with far more respect. A must have wrestling autobiography.