Sinatra's Century: One Hundred Notes on the Man and his World

by David Lehman

Hardcover, 2015





New York, NY : Harpers, [2015]


A one hundredth-birthday tribute to the iconic entertainer collects one hundred short reflections on subjects ranging from his childhood in Hoboken and emergence in the 1940s to his romantic entanglements and bonds with the Rat Pack.

User reviews

LibraryThing member knahs
Interesting look at Sinatra - with 100 chapters - each with a story or reflection on Sinatra - some just a few sentences and others 2 or 3 pages. A very nice tribute to Sinatra.
LibraryThing member mgalyon789
This was an interesting book. It had lots of biographical information, but it wasn't a traditional biography. It moved in a (somewhat) linear fashion without being too dependent on normal biographical formulas. A great feature of this book: open to any section and find a story worth reading. Frank Sinatra really was larger than life; he transcended all norms of fame and celebrity.

He really did do it his way.
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