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The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn

by Bill Morgenstein

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The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn is a fantastic snapshot into Bill Morgenstein’s life. From the moment I started reading I felt like I was transported back in history where I could share all of Mr. Morgenstein’s experiences with him. There didn’t seem to be a dull moment in the journey as we were constantly facing a new event. Each adventure produced a lot of life lessons to face and learn from without having to step out of my home.

Throughout the entire book, I felt a great deal of authenticity. The raw and candid moments, mixed with humor had me laughing and cheering. I couldn’t help but feel a sense of pride with every accomplishment Bill Morgenstein achieved.

I would recommend The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn to anyone who is a fan of Memoirs. Additionally, to anyone who is curious about life in the past. The writing style of this first time author was very fluid and easy to follow. ( )
  TaylaF | Jan 17, 2017 |
When reading memoirs or an autobiography, I always ask myself "why do I care or want to read about someone's life?" Well, instantly I was drawn into the story and I found out the answer. I loved his childhood stories, especially the mischief caused by him and his best friend, Louie. As he grew older, it spanned decades, and even related to historical importance or eras, (whether it was "uncalled for, and downright mean," or a pleasant time). From birth to retirement (and after) I felt honored that Morgenstein share his stories. An elegant and well written autobiography full of disappointments, happiness, success and sadness. ( )
  amyshan | Nov 21, 2014 |
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