Trade Ed. Time Warner AudioBooks 2005
CD ISBN 1586216538 $24.98 Three CDs
DD ISBN $17.49
Disney's enfant terrible, Michael Eisner, will always be a loyal camper at Camp Keewaydin, deep in the woods of Vermont. This fond remembrance by the gruff-voiced entertainment powerhouse explains not only the origins of his hoarse vocal style (straining his voice during a camp trip) but also the core of his inner strength and sense of team dynamics. Now three generations of Eisners have attended the Vermont institution, testing their mettle on long canoe trips and in wholesome competition and bonding with other campers. A subplot details the experiences of two inner-city campers the Eisners sponsor at the camp. With earnest warmth and misty memories, Eisner shares what may well be a workable credo for many listeners. D.J.B. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC 05/ JAN 06]
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