Book Reviews of The Rock Says: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports-Entertainment

The Rock Says: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports-Entertainment
The Rock Says The Most Electrifying Man in Sports-Entertainment
Author: Rock (Wrestler), Joe Layden, Rock, The Rock, WWF
ISBN-13: 9780061031168
ISBN-10: 006103116X
Publication Date: 11/1/2000
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: ReganBooks
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The Rock, famous WWE wrestling champion and movie star, tells about his life growing up the son of a wrestler and his own rise to fame. This is a good read. It covers his career up to the apex of his WWE fame. If you're a Rock fan, you've got to read this.
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This book was actually a decent read about "The Rock" when he was growing up and into his career with professional wrestling. The stuff about his experience playing football wasn't all that interesting to me, since I'm not a sports buff. I first heard of "The Rock" because I've watched the WWF (now the WWE) since I was a kid.

Even though this book was published before Dwayne Johnson became a recognized actor, you can still feel the charm that oozes off this guy. He's not a whiner or a jerk but someone who knows how to take responsibility for his actions and actually grows as a person. I had to giggle and "oooh" when he talks about his wife, Dany, and their history together. The disapproval of her family when she started dating him because of several reasons is very easy to relate to, one of which is that he was broke and she was supporting him... although, I'm sure that her family has had to eat some crow by now with regards to their opinions of him.

Overall, this is a must-read for any fan of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
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This book was actually a decent read about "The Rock" when he was growing up and into his career with professional wrestling. The stuff about his experience playing football wasn't all that interesting to me, since I'm not a sports buff. I first heard of "The Rock" because I've watched the WWF (now the WWE) since I was a kid.

Even though this book was published before Dwayne Johnson became a recognized actor, you can still feel the charm that oozes off this guy. He's not a whiner or a jerk but someone who knows how to take responsibility for his actions and actually grows as a person. I had to giggle and "oooh" when he talks about his wife, Dany, and their history together. The disapproval of her family when she started dating him because of several reasons is very easy to relate to, one of which is that he was broke and she was supporting him... although, I'm sure that her family has had to eat some crow by now with regards to their opinions of him.

Overall, this is a must-read for any fan of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
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My kids all read this book and LOVED it!!!
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A good book for a sports entertainment buff
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This book is a biography of Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock. It tells about his childhood, growing up in the WWE environment. Living up to his father and his grandfathers reputations.
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very informative and behind the scenes and a good read
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A great book for any fan of The Rock. Tons of awesome pictures and a great read!
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If you are a fan of The Rock, either his movies or his work in wrestling, this is a great read. It tells the story of his rise in the professional wrestling world. It has eight pages of color photos. I loved this book!
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This book was actually a decent read about "The Rock" when he was growing up and into his career with professional wrestling. The stuff about his experience playing football wasn't all that interesting to me, since I'm not a sports buff. I first heard of "The Rock" because I've watched the WWF (now the WWE) since I was a kid.

Even though this book was published before Dwayne Johnson became a recognized actor, you can still feel the charm that oozes off this guy. He's not a whiner or a jerk but someone who knows how to take responsibility for his actions and actually grows as a person. I had to giggle and "oooh" when he talks about his wife, Dany, and their history together. The disapproval of her family when she started dating him because of several reasons is very easy to relate to, one of which is that he was broke and she was supporting him... although, I'm sure that her family has had to eat some crow by now with regards to their opinions of him.

Overall, this is a must-read for any fan of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
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I just love The Rock, Pretty funny. A good read