This is a remarkable book. Barry tells his best stories, all so unique and entertaining.
Makes a PERFECT gift for the holidays for anyone who was a listener, or is just discovering Barry for the first time now.
Publishers Description: After reading Cocktails with Molotov you'll wonder if there's anything Barry Farber hasn't done, if there's anywhere he hasn't been. From a young age, Farber had a knack for being in the right place at the right time. In Cocktails with Molotov, Barry Farber's collection of real life short stories, you'll read of his encounters with Alfred Hitchcock, the King of Albania, and Buzz Aldrin; of his knowledge of 26 foreign languages and how foreign language came through for him in the knick of time. He shares tales from his childhood in North Carolina and his time spent venturing abroad, from his life as a young reporter and as a seasoned journalist, along with astounding narratives of everything in between. A lifelong seeker of adventures and excitement, Barry Farber's lighthearted and humorous storytelling will keep you occupied for hours; you won't be able to put down the book until you're finished - each story is as compelling and informative as the one before it. Get prepared to meet a man who has lived a full life.
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"He blazed the trail for all of us today in talk radio. I am honored to call him a friend and a great American." --SEAN HANNITY
"Barry Farber is the radio host all other hosts look up to and strive be. We are lucky to have such a fine man blaze the trail before us."-- RUSTY HUMPHRIES
"Barry Farber is truly one of my mentors. I got an early and lasting understanding of the way the world really works from listening to this great pioneer of talk radio. It's an honor for me now to publish his book."-- JOSEPH FARAH
"Barry Farber was a standout when it was difficult to get a talk show. Unlike today, very few people hosted such shows in Barry's era. You had to be among the best to be hired to host long-form talk. Barry Farber was ... the best. He was defining. He's always been in rarified air." --RUSH LIMBAUGH