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David H. Steinberg is the screenwriter of the cult classic movie Slackers, National Lampoon's Barely Legal, and several films in the American Pie series. He grew up in West Hartford, Connecticut, entered Yale at age 16, and earned his law degree from Duke, where he served as editor-in-chief of the law review. He practiced law for four years before abandoning his legal career to attend the USC School of Cinema-Television.

Steinberg has written extensively for film and television. Last Stop This Town is his first novel.

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Average rating: 3.22 · 194 ratings · 44 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
Last Stop This Town
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We get it. You travel 300 days a year. You're a global branding giant. You have boyish good looks. Here's a tip: next time write about the subject and not yourself, you self-promoting blowhard.
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"Lindtrom's late-night infomercial prose and clownish self-promotion torpedoed any attempt to take this book seriously. The premise is intriging enough that, despite these shortcomings, I tried to skim through the megalomanic banter about his jet-s..." Read more of this review »
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Fascinating subject but doesn't add anything new. It's the same old studies revealing the same old conclusions. I think this book was summarized in an appendix in one of Gladwell's books.
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Engaging and fascinating read about the rocky history of genetics. Anecdotes are well told. Peters out a bit in the end, but still a recommend.
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