The Rest of the Iceberg: An Insider's View on the World of Sport and Celebrity

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Inkwater Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
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See Robert run. See Robert take you behind the curtain of a violent game. See Robert, on his own, write the book of his life. See Robert run and break a metaphorical tackle...burst once again into the clear...and head for a literary touchdown. For everyone who has yearned to read the complete story of Robert Smith, for everyone who has wanted to get special insights into one of the wisest men ever to play the game, for everyone who has wondered why he walked away from that game at age 28...it's all here in an unforgettable book. In candid language, Smith talks openly, good and bad, about his days at Ohio State and his eight years with the Minnesota Vikings, about his relationships with Randy Moss, Cris Carter, Dennis Green, the late Korey Stringer, and many others. You haven't read a sports autobiography like this because there hasn't been a sports autobiography like this. The Rest of the Iceberg is the real thing.

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Review: The Rest of the Iceberg: An Insider's View on the World of Sport and Celebrity

User Review  - Jennie - Goodreads

While somewhat narrow in scope, this book is informative and enjoyable, covering one man's successful journey from high school football to a successful NFL career, and life after the NFL. Fans of Smith would probably really enjoy this book, as it is well-written and easy to read. Read full review

Review: The Rest of the Iceberg: An Insider's View on the World of Sport and Celebrity

User Review  - Goodreads

While somewhat narrow in scope, this book is informative and enjoyable, covering one man's successful journey from high school football to a successful NFL career, and life after the NFL. Fans of Smith would probably really enjoy this book, as it is well-written and easy to read. Read full review

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Robert Smith and David Sussman have been programming in Access since it was first released. Using their experience they teach you how the power of Visual Basic(R) for Applications can transform ordinary databases into great applications.

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