The book inexplicably wastes a lot of space on the attacks Sinatra's New Deal Liberalism engendered from the radical right. But since his era's conservative attack dogs pretty much thought FDR was a traitorous Bolshevik taking marching orders directly from Uncle Joe, it's no revelation to say they disapproved of Sinatra's outspoken lefty activism. The Sinatra that emerges here is a crude, hollow caricature of a complicated man who was capable of extraordinary kindness and sensitivity as well as violent fits of explosive rage.
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Sinatra presents the singer's life as seen from the cheap seats, bloodlessly conveying the larger-than-life themes and episodes of his contradictory existence with none of the magic or mystery that made him so much more than just a hard-drinking, skirt-chasing, wannabe hood from Hoboken. The A. Reviews Book Review. Nathan Rabin.
Definitely a good read! As a huge fan of Sinatra's music, this book was an in-depth look into the man and his life.
It brings Sinatra down to a very human level by illuminating his weaknesses and faults, but also tries to Sinatra : The Life. Anthony Summers , Robbyn Swan. In , at age twenty-five, Sinatra told a friend, 'I'm going to be the best singer in the world'.
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