Free Book Online
Book C'mon, Get Happy: Fear and Loathing on the Partridge Family Bus by David Cassidy (24-Nov-1994)


C'mon, Get Happy: Fear and Loathing on the Partridge Family Bus by David Cassidy (24-Nov-1994)

3.5 (1784)

Log in to rate this item

    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | C'mon, Get Happy: Fear and Loathing on the Partridge Family Bus by David Cassidy (24-Nov-1994).pdf | Language: UNKNOWN
    David Cassidy(Author)

    Book details

Sorry, description is temporarily unavailable.

4.5 (5736)
  • Pdf

*An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Formats for this Ebook

Required Software Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview
Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • David Cassidy(Author)
  • Time Warner; 1st edition (24 Nov. 1994) (1600)
  • Unknown
  • 7
  • Other books

Read online or download a free book: C'mon, Get Happy: Fear and Loathing on the Partridge Family Bus by David Cassidy (24-Nov-1994)


Review Text

  • By Gloria Longinotti on February 2, 2018

    The book I have read it before over the years and had sold it not thinking that I would want to have it back. Im glad I purchased it again and will now keep it with me forever. Good book as I love David Cassidy and learning about his life. Sadly, he has passed away November 21, 2017. May he rest in eternal peace.

  • By Amber Schmidl on January 2, 2018

    I think the book was ok. But think it wasn't worth $100..Just because he has left us doesn't mean you have to get a 'payday for it

  • By Terry Stevens on May 18, 2013

    This book was written when David was in his early 40's. It seemed like there were still some unresolved issues dealing with his mega stardom. David gives us a behind the scenes look at what it was like to be the object of desire for millions of teenage girls. We get a look at the ''real' David Cassidy - not just what 'they' wanted us to see. This was a great read for me - I was one of those millions of teenagers who loved, loved, loved David Cassidy. I especially recommend this book to everyone who dreams of fame and fortune on stage - whether it is a concert stage or movie stage.

  • By Guest on April 4, 2017

    I'm a forever David Cassidy fan and really enjoyed reading, "C'Mon Get Happy". I found out quite a bit about his early, personal life - interesting!

  • By Paige Turner on February 15, 2000

    Cassidy does not hold back in telling his story. Blunt, frank, and sometimes searingly honest, David tells all. Especially interesting was how he and his agent were tricked out of millions of dollars due to a misleading contract. I like the fact that Cassidy and his co-author wrote the book in his own voice. When you read it, it's like David is telling you his story, rather than having a sanitized version written in perfect prose by a ghost writer. It's a definite must-read for all Cassidy fans. My only criticism is that David wrote about his Partridge Family years in great detail, but glossed over his post-Partridge years. Hopefully he'll consider doing a fuller autobiography.

  • By rlr5000 on March 19, 2018


  • By Jeanajoan on January 9, 2015

    This was an interesting book for me because he stated clearly how much money he made, spent, and lost. He was remarkably foolish with his teen idol earnings, but he was a kid and hardly the first to blow a fortune. I do not think his behavior with women was unusual; I have heard worse from only mildly well-known regional bands. He was funny on The Partridge Family and I saw him onstage in Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat; I thought he performed well in that venue. I hope he feels like he has redeemed himself and can think about retiring and spending time with his children.

  • Name:
    The message text*: