Sex, Lies, and Headlocks was a good read. As was National Wrestling Alliance: The Untold Story of the Monopoly That Strangled Pro Wrestling.
Jan 18, 16 at 7:45am
Mister MacPhisto yes sir I sure have! Loved it. I've read and own all of Chris Jericho's books along with Mick Foley's collection (another awesome read). I own A Lion's Tale which would be his first book, Undisputed, and his 3rd book I got for my birthday was Best in the World. I just got done reading Jericho's latest book - Best In the World: At What I Have No Idea (released 2014) not too long ago by the way. Another classic from the Ayatollah of Rock n Rolla himself, Y2J. Have you read Best in the World or Undisputed, Mac?
If you're a wrestling fan and enjoy books, not just you Mac since you've told me you already own quite a few wrestler's books but for anyone out there reading my post as well you will enjoy these books for sure.
All Mick Foley's books - Have A Nice Day, Foley is Good, his first novel Tietam Brown (worth checking out if you enjoy his other material!), another personal favorite of mine would be Scooter his 2nd or 3rd novel which are more based towards teenagers I guess but I still liked both Brown and Scooter. The Hardcore Diaries, Countdown to LockDown! All of Chris Jericho's books (listed above) Yes! by Daniel Bryan Hulk Hogan: My Life Outside the Ring To Be the Man by Ric Flair Hitman: My Real Life In the Cartoon World of Wrestling Wrestling for My Life by HBK Shawn Michaels (just started but it's good) The Rock says-- : the most electrifying man in sports-entertainment
I'm currently reading Wrestling for My Life by former WWF and WWE wrestler HBK Shawn Michaels.
I might have to go for that. But I've got a pile of wrestling related books to read.
Given Y2J's Undisputed a read?
Jan 18, 16 at 5:47am
I'm currently reading Wrestling for My Life by former WWF and WWE wrestler HBK Shawn Michaels. I'm just a few chapters in but it's already looking right up my alley. As well as Cross Fire by James Patterson.
Waiting for my hold on Gunnslinger by Stephen King to be available so I can start from the beginning with King.
The series just gets better and better from here on. Enjoy!
Many fans argue that the final three novels go off on a different tangent than you expect, but I think they are quite timeless actually. The Dark Tower movie (if made) could be something special
Jan 15, 16 at 9:26pm
Dantess26 So I just finished Drawing of the Three...
Odetta and Detta are now Susannah (without the schiz) and Roland is all better. The guy who killed Jake was stopped before the incident ever happened and fulfilled the third card that was drawn by Walter. Freaking unbelievable.
Time for Waste Lands.
(still reading On Writing; I find it's best to take my time flipping through this book seeing as it has a lot of valuable information I can't afford to overlook)
Jan 10, 16 at 6:34am
Chris Jericho's The Best in the World: At What I Have No Idea. I've always been a Chris Jericho fan and his books are always entertaining reads.
Also reading James Patterson's Murder House. Amazing read
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