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Jen A. (MommyJen) - reviewed The Men We Became: My Friendship with John F. Kennedy, Jr. on
Helpful Score: 7
great book that clears up alot of inconsistencies about JFK JR. He was just trying to live his life to the best of his abilities. The world had another idea for him. They wanted him to be his father. Talks about his struggles with life,friends,media,careers and alot of other interesting tidbits. Great read. Finished it in 3 days.
Like so many Americans, I grew up with John. I always felt as if I knew him somehow and now I see that he is very much as I expected...as I walked with Littel down memory lane, I felt like I was back in college getting to know a couple of guys who are oh-so-normal yet one with the unimaginable burden of being the child of an American Icon...It seemed as if Littel really did want to capture his memories by putting his thoughts on paper. I never felt as if this book was a sell-out...I think John may have enjoyed the read too or perhaps at least given his buddy hell for having written it...I highly recommend it
A fair and balanced summary of JFK,Jr's life written by one of his closest friends. If one reads this book and Noonan's FOREVER YOUNG: MY FRIENDSHIP WITH JOHN F. KENNEDY, JR you will feel as though you actually knew JFK,Jr personally. Highly recommend this book.