A Lion’s Tale has ratings and reviews. Dan said: A Lion’s Tale is the biography of wrestler Chris Jericho, going from childhood to his moments. THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER “An action-packed, uplifting, exceed-your -dreams thrill ride.” -Associated PressChris Jericho has been. A Lion’s Tale: Around the World in Spandex is an autobiography of professional wrestler, Chris Jericho. It details his life from his early years, to his début for.
|Published (Last):||4 August 2011|
|PDF File Size:||10.71 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||11.24 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Books by Chris Jericho. Oct 28, Noel rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This book has made me want to read more and I have already started on the second jn in the series.
A Lion’s Tale: Around the World in Spandex
Chris is a talented and humble man who has kept his humor and logical sense while still appreciating the little things that helped catapult him to the top of WWE’s superstars. Around the World in Spandex is indeed a very enjoyable read, much if you are a pro-wrestling fan and could be described as a blast is you are thee Chris Jericho fan Jerichoholics!!
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Even the laziest reader could get through all five-hundred plus pages of this book and feel like a champion afterwards.
Jun 03, Will Hendren rated it really liked it. In all thought a good fun story, light enough An interesting and fun biography about one of the most colorful wrestlers in the last 10 years.
This book gives a good overview of his early career, and focuses on just wrestling as opposed to the split in Undisputed between his wrestling and music career. There is thought of another chros and hope they do it. Aug 13, Shariq rated it really liked it Shelves: Around the World in Spandex by Chris Jericho. Apr 18, Ryelor rated it liked it. It was a fun book that gave me a deeper respect for Jericho and how hard the business of jreicho wrestling is.
A LION’S TALE by Chris Jericho , Peter Thomas Fornatale | Kirkus Reviews
Any Condition Any Condition. I am mostly disappointed because Jericho truly is a versatile star in various fields wrestling, music, entertainment ejricho as his moniker goes, “best in the world at what I do.
From there, Jericho recalls a brief meeting with Keith Hart during the summer ofat the Hart Brothers Camp in Okotokswhilst accompanying his father chrsi a charity golf game in Calgary. He’s relentlessly funny, charming and, at times, painfully honest. Recommended to Brandy by: Though I was not able to follow Jericho’s wrestling career as it happened or at least as in-depth as my fellow MillennialsI saw enough of Y2J that I admired his technical prowess in the ring and his promo and speaking ability.
Going back through it over the past week, I’ve remembered quite clearly why I fell in love with this book in the first place. A wide-ranging biography — from a geographic and emotional perspective — arpund get a front-row seat to the rise Around the World in Spandex is an autobiography of professional wrestlerXpandex Jericho.
A Lion’s Tale : Around the World in Spandex by Chris Jericho (2007, Hardcover, Revised)
TNA Turning Point Low-down, funny and as bracing as a body slam. He recalls standing in a post office, looking at a “Countdown to the Millennium” clock and decided to use the idea as his WWF entrance, which became his signature. I’ve been a big fan of Jericho especially during his latest run with the company. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
A Lion’s Tale is the biography of wrestler Chris Jericho, going from childhood to his moments right before walking through the curtain in his WWF debut.
The last book I read about pro wrestling was Ring of Hell, which made me want to stop watching wrestling due to its behind the scenes look at all the exploitation of the wrestlers as they wear out their bodies trying to earn a buck.
Dec 25, Marvin Hollon rated it it was amazing. To some, Wrestlemania 13 was truly the start of a whole new modern era in the Worl Jericho recounts the stories of his training in Japan up until his historic debut in the WWE.
A Lion’s tale I have read lots of wrestling books lately and I enjoyed the tale of Jerico as told by Chriw. A very great read, Chris tells it like it is.