Serena Williams with Daniel Paisner - On The Line -
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4 out of 5 books -
Serena Williams bares it all: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Williams gives an up close and personal look at her rise to the #1 spot in women's tennis. She gives an honest account of her family dynamics. Not only the tennis aspect, but the personal aspects as well. Serena also talks about how tennis was her life and also about the time when she had no desire to play anymore. She gives journal entries throughout the book that also add a personal touch.
On the Line is a well written book. The book flows very well without having lagging moments. There is quite a bit of tennis jargon but it is still easy to follow even if you are not up on your tennis lingo. On the Line is a very nicely written book.
Reviewed by Tenecia for Urban Reviews
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