His attitude seems to be more like, "Here's my story, the way I want to tell it. If you don't like it, tough."
The failure of his marriage, which he seems to blame for most of the relationship problems with his children, is not discussed in any detail at all.
Even the pictures that are inserted throughout this book don't match with the point in time that he's writing about.
It was really interesting and the writing style is something very refreshing. It is funny and entertaining. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Maral
While it doesn't follow the typical outline of a memoir or autobiography, Adam Nimoy's book is well written and full of humor. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ellibet
I found this book searching for information on how people who have gone through addiction treatment stay sober and get their lives back in order. Read morePublished 19 months ago by ItsHotIn PHX
The autobiography of a privileged kid who grew up to be a reasonably stable adult. Interesting and competently written, it veers between narcissism and naked truth, with more of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jerome R. Dodson
Don't buy this book because you're a big fan of Adam Nimoy's Dad. This is a book by and about Adam Nimoy. Read morePublished 20 months ago by E. Kinney
Found the story engaging with a good balance of humor and lessons on talking with people, especially our children. An easy read!Published 20 months ago by duane lucia
First Im just going to admit that the only reason I got this book wasw the authors name, Nimoy. I love the original Star Trek series and his connection, if even by last name, to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Emerson
Adam Nimoy certainly titled his book appropriately - Wonderful, Miserable, Anti-Memoir.
Here's the thing - The gyrations he went through to get the book published - not... Read more
I came here to see if I could unload this stinkburger, which I picked up at Goodwill, on some unsuspecting Trekkie for a buck or two. Read morePublished on March 13, 2010 by Constant Reader