“The Confessions of a Thai Diva” by Steph Curry is a stand-alone best seller. It has a larger publicity campaign behind it than any of Steph’s previous books or cookbooks. I believe this is due to the fact that Steph Curry is known for his unparalleled basketball skills, which is of course very impressive.
But at the same time, Steph Curry isn’t known as a famous person. I don’t think any of the many things he has done would make his fans envious if he were a famous person – but they don’t have the same kind of reputation and influence that Stephen Curry has. He’s just another basketball player with his own distinct style.
Steph Curry has had his own version of what it means to be a celebrity, to have lots of people following him. His fans are not only the ones who have followed him in order to see him play in the NBA, but also the ones who have followed him since his days in high school. They are the ones who give him a well-deserved boost to his career in sports.
This book is like Steph Curry’s version of his own autobiography. The story of Steph Curry is told by Steph Curry himself, by the player himself – in this case, the author himself, Steph Curry.
One thing I liked about the book was the great insight into Steph Curry’s personality. Even though Curry is not the best basketball player on the planet, he is still a friendly guy. Steph Curry is also very forgiving of other people’s mistakes, including the mistakes he made in basketball. I’m not saying that Steph Curry’s achievements can’t overshadow the mistakes he made, but the things he did were mistakes of his own doing.
I also liked the author’s note. In it, the author tells us that he’s made mistakes in the past and has learned from them. He admits to those mistakes and also goes into detail about the experiences that helped him learn from them. In that way, the author doesn’t say Steph Curry is a great basketball player, but he says he’s a great human being is a great basketball player.
The book has an interesting section on Curry’s childhood in suburban Oakland, California. From the perspective of someone who has grown up in a world where basketball players are revered and idolized by their fans, it was a refreshingly different view to take.
Overall, I enjoyed the book. There were some minor typos and grammatical errors, but that was more a matter of the translator making a few lapses than anything else.
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