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review House of Nails: A Memoir of Life on the Edge Lenny Dykstra  7 review Download Ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB  Lenny Dykstra Tough straight upsetting and strangely beautiful One of the best sports autobiographies Ive ever read It comes from the heart Stephen KingEclipsing the traditional sports memoir House of Nails by former world champion multimillionaire entrepreneur and imprisoned felon Lenny Dykstra spins a tragicomic tale of Shakespearean proportions a relentlessly entertaining American epic that careens between the heights and the abyssNicknamed Nails for his hustle and grit Lenny approached the game of baseball and life with mythic intensity During his decade in the majors as a center fielder for the legendary 1980s Mets and the 1990s Phillies he was named to three All Star teams and played in two of the most memorable World Series of the modern era An overachiever known for his clutch hits high on base percentage and aggressiv. Heard him on Howard Stern a few weeks back Ordered the book and just finished it last night I have to say I m pretty disappointed Lenny told everyone on Stern s show that the book was about a baseball player s life but not about baseball It seems like every other chapter was outlining how GREAT of a player Lenny was and giving stats play by play recollections of games etc I ended up skipping a few chapters due to this The latter half of the book is better but gets a bit boring At least there are some details on his Gulfstream travels his gambling adventures etcThe beginning chapter talks about him being in prison and being let out He says he ll get to why he was there later in the book The last chapter brings the reader back to this time in his life but NEVER says what he was convicted of He just goes on and on about how he was in jail for six months without any investigation how they wouldn t let him talk to his lawyer blah blah Supposedly they initially charged him with bankruptcy fraud but he never says what he was convicted of and what the sentence was for If 100% true I feel bad for him However there HAS to be to the story At the very least I ll just say that there are two sides to every storyDisappointing read for 15 I ve read far better for 115th the cost Seems like an idea Lenny had to make some spare change rather than to document his rise and fall to share with others Also he goes on for a few pages about his investing advice site for 1000year The I think about it the this book screams idea for income stream he bragged about these ideas in the book numerous times Little Box of Style imprisoned felon Lenny Dykstra spins a tragicomic tale of Shakespearean proportions a relentlessly entertaining American epic that careens between the heights and the abyssNicknamed Nails for his hustle and grit Lenny approached the game of baseball and life with mythic The Enthusiastic Amateur intensity During his decade Black Blade\Angel Eyes in the majors as a center fielder for the legendary 1980s Mets and the 1990s Phillies he was named to three All Star teams and played The Toybag Guide to Canes and Caning Toybag Guide in two of the most memorable World Series of the modern era An overachiever known for his clutch hits high on base percentage and aggressiv. 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review House of Nails: A Memoir of Life on the Edge Lenny Dykstra  7 review Download Ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB  Lenny Dykstra E defense Lenny was later identified by his former minor league roommate Billy Beane as the prototypical Moneyball player in Michael Lewiss bestseller Tobacco stained steroid powered and booze and drug fueled Nails also defined a notorious era of excess in baseballThen came a second act no novelist could plausibly conjure After retiring Dykstra became a celebrated business mogul and investment guru Touted as one of the great ones by CNBCs Jim Cramer he became baseballs most improbable post career success story The New Yorker purchasing a 175 million mansion and traveling the world by private jet But when the economy imploded in 2008 Lenny lost everything Then the feds moved in convicted of bankruptcy fraud unjustly he contends Lenny served two and a half harrowing years in prison where he was the victim of a sava. I was a teenager during the glory days of the Mets in the mid late 1980 s and a fan of the team I also read the autobiographies by Doc and Darryl and figured that Dykstra was a chior boy compared to them Was I wrong From reading the book you can see how Dykstra got the nails nicknameIf you don t like profanity avoid this one like the plague Dykstra uses f bombs and the p word uite freuently If it doesn t bother you sit back and enjoy the fun

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review House of Nails: A Memoir of Life on the Edge Lenny Dykstra  7 review Download Ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB  Lenny Dykstra Ge beating by prison guards that knocked out his front teethThe Daily Shows Jon Stewart channeling the bewildered fascination of many observers declared that Lennys outrageous rise and spectactular fall was the greatest story that I have ever seen in my lifetimeNow for the first time Lenny tells all about his tumultuous career from battling through crippling pain to steroid use and drug addiction to a life of indulgence and excess then an epic plunge and the long road back to redemption Was Lennys hard charging risk it all nature responsible for his success in baseball and business and his precipitous fall from grace What lessons if any has he learned now that he has had time to think and reflectHilarious unflinchingly honest and irresistibly readable House of Nails makes no apologies and leaves nothing left unsa. The biggest problem I had with this book is how Lenny plays loose with the facts I did some fact checking and let s just say Lenny might honestly believe what he is writing is truthful or figures that distorting the truth would just sell books What I did learn is the business of baseball and that alone was worthwhile reading I did come away with the feeling that Lenny is a great con man with a touch is narcism and very little remorse for what he put his family through

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  • House of Nails: A Memoir of Life on the Edge
  • Lenny Dykstra
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  • 09 August 2018
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