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This is story of Bob's journey and the choices he made to lead him from the life of a mill worker to being recognized as one of the best known voices in college sports. The book has become a collector’s item for readers of all kinds, not just Duke fans.
WRAL anchor Bill Leslie interviews Bob about his book: click here to watch
I bought Bob's book because it was BOB's book! However, as I read it I began to see what a wonderfully written book it is. The stories are told in Bob's wonderful style and I could hear his voice as I read it. Buy it because it is "Bob's Book" but read it because it is a very well written book.—Larry
Just a quick note to let you know I loved the book. You had me at pedal car! I had one growing up that I would wash every time my dad washed the cars. I think the biggest takeaway is you can do right, treat people right and still get where you want to go. Great lesson for all!
I thoroughly enjoyed your book, HOW SWEET IT IS. It was fun to reminiscence the early years in Albemarle. What a great memory you have! I was amazed at the places you have been and the people you have met and interviewed. Being associated with Duke University and Coach Krzyzewski is an unbelievable experience. What a wonderful life you have had married to Phyllis and the Duke Blue Devils. May God Bless. – Ken
Bob, enjoyed your book!! A must read for everyone who grew up in Albemarle or who pulls for the Blue Devils.
When it comes to sports broadcasting Bob Harris is the best in the business. This book was a total inspiration and a wonderful read! Bob is not only the best at what he does but is also a very genuine person with a heart of gold. There is only one way to describe the true blessing of having Bob call all the games for our beloved Blue Devils "HOW SWEET IT IS!"-- Shelton
While reading your book, something neat happened... I could actually hear your voice telling the story!How cool is that?--Lloyd
Mr. Harris, As a youth (mid-late 80s) my mother would never let me stay awake on school nights to watch the late basketball games. Little did she realize I had my handy old sony "walk man" underneath my pillow staged to 620am. You bring such color and enthusiasm to the game it was like I was in Cameron during your broadcasts. I just wanted to say thank you for being a great part of my childhood! --Rob