I May Be Wrong But I Doubt It

By Charles Barkley



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This book is similar in style to Wilt Chamberlain's A View from Above.  It is a collection of Charles Barkley's opinions of various topics, some dead-on (such as his view of players who "Keep it Real") and some absurd (his views about August National Golf Course and Tiger Woods).  He goes into politics, crime, and 9/11.  In true Barkley style, it is witty and full of sound bites.  It has some basketball, but not too much.  It's not as introspective, but it is witty.

Introspection: 2
History: various
Insight: 2
Readability: 4

I May Be Wrong, But I Doubt It. Charles Barkley.  Random House. 1993.

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