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At times his name dropping seems a bit self indulgent and superfluous but this is a small gripe.
I keep this book ever at my bedside table and I give it five stars because of the incalculable help it's been to me nightly.
This is a heartwarming but honest telling of a life well lived, much of it in the realm of The New Yorker.
Angell is still writing for the NYer on occasion. His pieces are just little gems to savor - I love his stuff.Published 2 months ago by Susan Gordon
Memoirs and memory of a long time member of the New Yorker "family". If you are a NYer reader, this is a must. Read morePublished 3 months ago by e s r
I got it as a gift, and he loved it. He's not easy to please with books, but this one was a hit.Published 7 months ago by tuthers
This is a heartwarming but honest telling of a life well lived, much of it in the realm of The New Yorker. Intimate tale of friends and family. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rob E.
I'm a big fan of Roger Angell's baseball writing, but this book just doesn't do it for me. Maybe I'm jealous of the interesting life he's led, but I think my reasons for being... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Avid Reader
i enjoyed let me finish. i thought the first half of the book was just great but the last half fell off in quality.Published 11 months ago by patty
First few pages were good. Then got bored reading. Just didn't hold my attention. Borrowed book from friend and ruined it. Bought from Amazon to replace theirs.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
"Let Me Finish" would be interesting as snapshots from the last half of the 20th century, even if the reader knows little about Angell's illustrious career as a sports-writer and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lois-ellin Datta
Roger Angell is a master with the English language and a joy to read. This book is lovely, and all too short.Published 17 months ago by LCMR