The Geraldo Show: A Memoir

The Geraldo Show: A Memoir

In public life for half a century, my image and reputation have had more ups and downs than the Cyclone roller coaster at Coney Island. I have been called savior and sinner, fool and wise man, crusader and exploiter, hot head and dope. I am routinely scorned, admired, beloved, and belittled. Those passing judgment usually base it on when they tuned in. Were you around for In public life for half a century, my image and reputation have had more ups and downs than the Cyclone roller coaster at ...

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Title:The Geraldo Show: A Memoir
Author:Geraldo Rivera
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Genres:Autobiography
ISBN:1944648909
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:380 pages pages

The Geraldo Show: A Memoir Reviews

  • Pat Lampe
    May 01, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

  • woody fanon
    Nov 08, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Rich
    Jun 21, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Roxanne
    Jun 04, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

  • Ken Roebuck
    Apr 29, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Rosalie
    May 08, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Viktor
    Oct 24, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

  • Katherine
    May 20, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Molly
    Jun 13, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Jeanette
    May 15, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

  • Mediaman
    May 20, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

  • Melanie Krivdić
    Oct 27, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Lisa Mcbroom
    Jun 02, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

  • Mike Silva
    Aug 08, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Doris
    Jun 12, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

  • Howard Nestler
    Apr 21, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

  • Vincent C
    Jun 10, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Lillian Small
    Jun 10, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Gail Kessler
    Apr 19, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • HERBERT STEINBECK
    Apr 08, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Caitlin
    May 26, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Joseph A. Santorelli
    Apr 28, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Joseph M. Tanis
    Apr 24, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Pat McCarthy
    Jul 14, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • robert e. rayunas
    May 11, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • harry garner
    Jun 09, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Greg Sillin
    Jul 06, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

  • mark g schaffer
    May 17, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • Gerard
    Oct 31, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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  • 51 ELEMENTS
    Aug 08, 2018

    No review because I only got to page 80. He skips around in name dropping many infamous or famous. Many dozens of his friends and compadres (and their wives and his wives) during the various escapades and "exposures" of 3 to 5 decades that it just got too much. All the celebs begin to ...

    This refreshingly blunt book is typical Geraldo--a real mess that has moments that shine. It's a bunch of stitched-together ramblings of an old man whose ego wants him to remain publicly significant to the end. The problem is that he is his own worst enemy (which he often admits) by cl...

    Geraldo is one interesting dude. Geraldo has had a very interesting life. At times I have liked him and at other times I have disliked him. I think he knows his time on earth is almost up and I feel for him when his body can't keep up with his mind. It sucks. I find it int...

    This journey with Geraldo is amazing, incredible, and totally absorbing. His skills as a journalist, acute observer and master story teller mesmerize from the first page to the last word. Thank you, Geraldo, for sharing your incredible journeys, experiences, and thought provoking c...

    Great book Well written page turner A fascinating adventurous life Geraldo is a very straightforward Person. The book takes us through most of not all important events of the past thirty years of so ...

    I enjoyed this memoir. Geraldo has certainly led an amazing life. His candid and often self deprecating stories are interesting and give insight into the Mideast wars. I do not always agree with his opinions but I do admire him for getting out there and grabbing life. ...

    The most Geraldo thing EVER. He's very impressed with himself -- as am I -- but he should leave that to others to say. There are many times the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect kicks in, but I didn't care because this is Geraldo turned up to 12. It's that fun. Sit back and enjoy. The du...

    The follow up to his autobiography Exposing Himself, The Geraldo Show covers his reporting and newscasting career. ...

    interesting life, pretty full of himself ...

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