I May Be Wrong But I Doubt It

Paperback $16.00

Random House Trade Paperbacks | Oct 14, 2003 | 288 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780812966282

  • Paperback$16.00

    Random House Trade Paperbacks | Oct 14, 2003 | 288 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780812966282

  • Ebook$11.99

    Random House | Oct 01, 2002 | ISBN 9781588362742

  • Audiobook Download$10.95

    Random House Audio | Oct 01, 2002 | 150 Minutes | ISBN 9780553713961

Praise

"Charles Barkley always makes me laugh, and he always makes me think. He hasn’t held anything back in his book — if anything, this is the most personal I’ve ever seen him. The only whopper is the title: when has Barkley ever admitted to being wrong?"
– Tiger Woods


“Whether you think he’s wrong or right, you’ll never find Charles Barkley dull, evasive or afraid. He’s blunt, honest and funny as hell, a man with strong convictions and a determination to express them without fear of offending the sensibilities of more timid souls. He’s got guts, and there’s as much to admire in this book as there is in the man. In I May Be Wrong, But I Doubt It, Barkley refers to one of my campaigns as a rough experience. It might have been, but at least I never had to post up against Sir Charles. Now that would have been really hard.”
– Senator John McCain


“I find Charles to be great company on the golf course. Of course, he has never been shy about his opinions, and he has not changed for this book! Charles addresses issues that are important to all of us, not just people close to the game of basketball. Frank, funny and provocative, this is a book that will stir people to think.”
– Dean Smith



From the Hardcover edition.

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