Another trick book, which will doubtless pull down good sales records for itself. In line with the success of the predecessor Around The World In Eleven Years. To be sure, the young Abbes have not made themselves too popular, as they've displayed their originality and temperament in person, but it is still fun reading. This book deals with things American, from their return and the sparse months before their book revolutionized the mechanics of life, on to their Hollywood experience. At times, one is irritated by the overwhelming ego of the trio; now and again, they do a bit of conscious soft-pedalling. But inevitably, they seem to be over-impressed with things material. Their comments on the stars in Hollywood will give an added impetus to sales figures. It has the faults and virtues of the other book. Illustrated with photographs. The publishers plan substantial backing for the trade.