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Norman Reedus: True Tales of The Walking Dead’s Zombie Hunter - An Unauthorized Biography

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Where does reality stop and fantasy begin? In the case of The Walking Dead superstar Norman Reedus, the question is still very much up in the air. His Daryl Dixon is a very flawed, psychologically scarred character in a zombie-infested world. And there is much in his portrayal that is informed by a real life that is equally flawed and equally scarred. In Norman Reedus: An U Where does reality stop and fantasy begin? In the case of The Walking Dead superstar Norman Reedus, the question is still very much up in the air. His Daryl Dixon is a very flawed, psychologically scarred character in a zombie-infested world. And there is much in his portrayal that is informed by a real life that is equally flawed and equally scarred. In Norman Reedus: An Unauthorized Biography: True Tales of the Walking Dead’s Zombie Hunter, the first detailed look at Norman Reedus’ life and times, you will get it all. The good, the bad and the ugly. This book chronicles his days as a defiant young man in a fractured but ultimately liberating family life, allegations of physical abuse from Reedus himself, to his struggles in the Los Angeles art underground, alcohol problems that saw him in AA and, for a time, homeless, his breakthrough in acting, modeling and the slow, steady and never boring journey through love, fatherhood and his often truly odd professional choices. You’ll discover why Reedus said thanks but no thanks to an offer to play opposite a reigning superstar, how he became Daryl Dixon and how The Walking Dead changed his life. Oh yes, there is that penchant for roadkill. New York Times Bestselling author Marc Shapiro has dug deep, tracking down people who knew him way back when as well as in the here and now for original interviews. They were willing to talk and they revealed stories about Reedus that even the most fanatic fans won’t know. The author’s research was relentless, digging into deep, dark and obscure corners. Norman Reedus’ world is about real life wrapped around a world of fantasy. Norman Reedus: The Unauthorized Biography: True Tales of the Walking Dead’s Zombie Hunter pulls no punches, tells only the truth and leaves the rest up to the reader. Which ultimately is the way Norman Reedus would want it.


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Where does reality stop and fantasy begin? In the case of The Walking Dead superstar Norman Reedus, the question is still very much up in the air. His Daryl Dixon is a very flawed, psychologically scarred character in a zombie-infested world. And there is much in his portrayal that is informed by a real life that is equally flawed and equally scarred. In Norman Reedus: An U Where does reality stop and fantasy begin? In the case of The Walking Dead superstar Norman Reedus, the question is still very much up in the air. His Daryl Dixon is a very flawed, psychologically scarred character in a zombie-infested world. And there is much in his portrayal that is informed by a real life that is equally flawed and equally scarred. In Norman Reedus: An Unauthorized Biography: True Tales of the Walking Dead’s Zombie Hunter, the first detailed look at Norman Reedus’ life and times, you will get it all. The good, the bad and the ugly. This book chronicles his days as a defiant young man in a fractured but ultimately liberating family life, allegations of physical abuse from Reedus himself, to his struggles in the Los Angeles art underground, alcohol problems that saw him in AA and, for a time, homeless, his breakthrough in acting, modeling and the slow, steady and never boring journey through love, fatherhood and his often truly odd professional choices. You’ll discover why Reedus said thanks but no thanks to an offer to play opposite a reigning superstar, how he became Daryl Dixon and how The Walking Dead changed his life. Oh yes, there is that penchant for roadkill. New York Times Bestselling author Marc Shapiro has dug deep, tracking down people who knew him way back when as well as in the here and now for original interviews. They were willing to talk and they revealed stories about Reedus that even the most fanatic fans won’t know. The author’s research was relentless, digging into deep, dark and obscure corners. Norman Reedus’ world is about real life wrapped around a world of fantasy. Norman Reedus: The Unauthorized Biography: True Tales of the Walking Dead’s Zombie Hunter pulls no punches, tells only the truth and leaves the rest up to the reader. Which ultimately is the way Norman Reedus would want it.

43 review for Norman Reedus: True Tales of The Walking Dead’s Zombie Hunter - An Unauthorized Biography

  1. 4 out of 5

    Liesl

    It is definetely unauthorized and is basically just a collection of snippets from various interviews spanning several years padded with speculation on the authors parts. Many website sources, when googled, come up with a scam alert or are simply not found. And despite many spelling errors throughout the book, various sites aren't even spelled correctly ex. Tumblur instead of Tumblr. The author also confuses actor with character stating "the relationship between Norman and Carol..." when TWD is dis It is definetely unauthorized and is basically just a collection of snippets from various interviews spanning several years padded with speculation on the authors parts. Many website sources, when googled, come up with a scam alert or are simply not found. And despite many spelling errors throughout the book, various sites aren't even spelled correctly ex. Tumblur instead of Tumblr. The author also confuses actor with character stating "the relationship between Norman and Carol..." when TWD is discussed. Normans cat "Eye in the Dark" is named "Eyes in the Dark". While it seems like a small mistake, any fan worth their salt would be able to pick up on the mistakes in the book and myself, as a long time fan of Norman, already knew all of which the author tells. Except for one interview with a former boss of Norman's, the rest of his information comes from interviews and various things Norman has said over the years. The author mentions "cutting and pasting" info early on in the book, and that is what he did with this. My guess is the author wants to strike while the iron is hot and capitalize on Norman's popularity. Frankly, if you're a fan, don't bother with this, as you probably know everything in the book already, if not more.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jay

    For an unauthorized biography, this was pretty good. I do not watch the WD, but fell in love with Norman on his side show, Ride with Norman Reedus. I love riding motorcycles and this is a great show.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Flan De cocoa

    Trashy journalism at its nadir. The author gleefully admits to cut and pasting other articles and using unsubstantiated sources and material. Having said that. Fuck it. It's about Norman Reedus. That's an automatic three stars right there. I would probably give a roll of toilet paper 3 stars if it had Norman Reedus' name to it.

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