Read of the Week: My Wicked, Wicked Ways by Errol Flynn.

Via on Feb 3, 2011

Errol Flynn: the original (much cooler, stylish, noble and more charming) Charlie Sheen.

If ever a book destined for the dustbin of history rose up beyond all expectations to become a literary classic and swashbuckling, heart-exposing must-read, this is it.

Read it!

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2 Responses to “Read of the Week: My Wicked, Wicked Ways by Errol Flynn.”

  1. Joe Yeoman says:

    I am going to Oprah it and say to read Freedom, by Jonathan Franzen.

    For a classic novel, if you haven't read Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, then you are truthfully missing out on some great satire that finds a way to show an honest (and horrific) portrait of WWII.

    Joe Yeoman

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