Uslan is responsible for getting every modern Batman movie – from 1989 to today – on screen, and the book is about his journey in making that happen. Believe it or not, it was not an easy road.
But it’s more than just a “my life in movies” book. It’s a wonderful memoir about being a kid growing up in New Jersey. The writing is vivid and lively, and I devoured this book in three days – three very stressful, busy days where all I wanted to do was drop everything to finish the book. It’s a great read.