Book reviews for the Autobiography category

Book reviews for the Autobiography category available in various formats including audio books and eBooks for PC, Kindle, CD download and more.

The Man Called Cash by Steve Turner

Rex Linn reads the exclusive authorized biography about the life of Johnny Cash, one of the most influential artists in modern music. The story follows the man in black’s life from the beginnings through to his death. Steve Turner

My Life by Bill Clinton

My Life by Bill Clinton

Clinton gives a detailed account of his political career including his prospective of the Monica fiasco. Clinton also describes life behind the scenes which is particularly intriguing. He speaks of the high as well as the low points of his career

Clapton The Autobiography by Eric Clapton

Clapton: The Autobiography

Clapton is considered by his fans to be a living legend and hailed as rock guitar legend. Clapton was born in 1945 as an illegitimate and was then raised by his grandparents. He recalls having interest music from a very young age which developed into a

Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

This autobiography of a Muslim woman who fought against the many restrictions imposed upon her by her family and faith is an inspiring tale. It gives the listener a glimpse of what daily life is like for millions of people around the world and illustrates the strength and courage of one woman who was brave enough to strike out on her own.

Garlic and Sapphires by Ruth Reichl

Ruth Reichl spent a great deal of time in this book discussing her more hotly disputed reviews and how she came to those decisions, despite political maneuvering and hate mail. What really endeared me to her writing was the depth of character development of the supporting characters.

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