I’LL BE DAMNED
Oh, come off it: We know the only reason you even own a TV is so that you can PVR America’s number one daytime drama, and it’s mainly for Victor Newman, right? Right. So naturally you’re dying to read I’ll Be Damned, the autobiography of Eric Braeden, the actor who has been onscreen bringing suave-y back for 37 years and counting. (Fun fact: He was initially booked for a threemonth stint back in 1980!) And even if you don’t know the ins and outs and miraculous coma recoveries of Genoa City, this memoir is (a) really well written and (b) a fascinating look at Newman’s life off-screen. Side note: For optimal reading pleasure, have “Nadia’s Theme” playing on a loop.