American Outlaw

American Outlaw

Book - 2011
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The Discovery Channel star offers an honest reflection on the highs and lows of his life, from his troubled youth to his failed marriages, and discusses his struggle to overcome his own personal demons and make peace with his past.
Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2011
Edition: 1st Gallery Books hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781451627855
Characteristics: 361 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Benjamin, Sam


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May 26, 2012

Based on interviews with Jesse James that I have seen on TV and heard on the radio, I got the feeling that he is a narcissist and liar. So although this book was well written and a quick and interesting read, I know there is more to the story.

He plays up friendships with black people such as Tyson Beckford and another guy on his college football team, to not seem racist. He doesn't mention the Nazi collection at all.

He never mentions Michelle "Bombshell" McGee by name or discusses why he had the affair or for how long. He acts as if he never cheated until then, which I doubt. He acts as if he only dated 3 ladies (serious long term relationships) plus the 1 affair and that he is a full time dad and working overtime all the time. He never discusses why he's attracted to those gross, overly tattooed trashy ladies. He never mentions Kat Von D which he now claims is the perfect match, the love of his life.

mattsam Oct 02, 2011

Not Bad...better than most autobiographies that I have read recently...he seems pretty genuine and down to earth


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