am 27. Mai 1998
This book is a treasure trove of expressed love for the English language as well as a treasure trove of "in the moment" perceptions about the champion of champions. Not to equate Ali with the "King of Kings" but the style of the book is reminiscent of the brilliance of Kahlil Gibran's "Jesus, the Son of Man". Part of the brilliance of the book is that its articles, interviews and essays actually manage to shed new light on the stories every Ali fan (like me) already knows. The book's brilliance is also reflected in it's cover design. Just a perfect picture of Ali. Enough said.
am 7. Mai 2000
If you want to begin to try and really understand what Ali is all about, if you want to feel that you have met him and talked with him, this book is for you! It is a great read, and the many writers who contribute each have their own take on this most complex of all heavyweight champs. I loved this book from the first page to the last. You cannot find a better way to get to know Ali. I have read other books about him, and this one stands in a class by itself.