A story about this — 4 years ago
This book lists the subject (Ray Scampinello) and a co-writer, but it is written in third person, probably so it can often contain glowing words about the subject. Sorry, autobiographies (co-writer, listed ghostwriter, or silent ghostwriter) should be written in first person without all of the “he’s so great” descriptions. This is probably also the poorest writing I’ve encountered in a book with a professional co-writer.
Some of the anecdotes in the book are interesting, but there’s too much fluff separating them and too much bad writing to suffer through to get to them. I really wanted to like this book but I was very disappointed in it.