Monday, November 17, 2008

What Readers Have To Say About The Carny Kid



I enclose some comments from readers of Kenny Kahn's book, The Carny Kid.





"I just finished reading Kenny's book and I thought it was the most fascinating true-life story that I've read. While each page is filled with incredible details of Kahn's life, whenever I would take a moment to sit back and think about the reality of what happened, I felt bad that I enjoyed reading about someone else's pain. Then I'd come to be OK with it, because Kenny has clearly persevered and the life he has led made him the brilliant and hardworking man he is today. I just can't wait to read the sequel!" - M. Lesherman

"Very inspirational and very interesting life story. The only book I have read from cover to cover after leaving school; a must read. This coming from a person who hates to read." - Angel, Hollywood, CA


"I got this book as a gift and didn't open it for a while. When I did, I could not put it down. What a story! I like Kenny Kahn's style. He makes his story fun." – David

"The book was an easy read. I'm a retired police officer and was able to visualize where Kenneth grew up, lived, and later practiced law. Life on the streets became real and now I give ”The Carny Kid” to my son who is a police officer. May he learn and come away with a better understanding of life and especially being raised without privilege."
Rich and Patti, Downey, CA

"The Carny Kid is not only very inspirational and readable but gives the reader a look at worlds most of us have never seen." - Dale




Get the whole story. Be entertained. Be inspired. Order The Carny Kid.
http://kennykahn.com/contact.asp

4 comments:

Nancy Famolari said...

Great reviews. I love hearing what other people have to say about the books they read. Sounds like a good book.

Shari Lyle-Soffe said...

Sounds like an interesting book.

Shari

Zebee said...

Interesting sounding book. Can't wait to read more about it.

Joy aka Zebee, or is it the other way around?

Janet Ann Collins said...

That book sounds good to me. It takes a lot of courage to write about things like that.