Robert A. Heinlein by William Patterson: a short review

Good enough; ends with Heinlein’s marriage to Ginny. The book really needed more extensive editing, mostly to remove unnecessary redundancies, but I’ve read biographies which were far less readable and showed far less research. Looking forward to the second volume.

A few photographs would have been a worthwhile addition.


This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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