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Alan gives us a very personal insight into the meaning of life, or more accurately what it is to be human.
Insofar as they interrupt the flow of the narrative, Alda's excerpted speeches--if arguably the raison d'être of the book--are actually its weakest part.
You can lead a horse to water....but...(you know the saying) I enjoyed his book and will buy his next one too.
It came way early (which is perfect) and my Dad loved this as a gift. Great price!Published 2 days ago by GreenEyedWolfGirl
one of my best buys , love everything alan alda has done ,great actor and person, the kingpin of mash and a realy great guy, would love to meet him but he,s the other side of the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by melanie j hayman
This book had a lot of insightful thoughts. I really enjoyed it. It's one you can read again and again and you get more out of it each time…Published 2 months ago by Vickie Lacks
I've been living with and sharing Never Have Your Dog Stuffed on the book review circuit, but this book disappointed. As a backup source, it was OK. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sharron L. Lucky
I read another of Alan Alda's biographies and was intrigued with his ideas, so bought this, but am not totally enamored with it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by krosmon
Bought several copies for this year's "Christmas book". Alda writes with a remarkably kind and open heart...you will feel better after reading this book.Published 10 months ago by K Nelson
He's a fascinating man. So much more than "the guy in Mash." You wish you could just hang out with him.Published 11 months ago by J. H. Welch
This book is a pleasant read, but only a re-hash of preparing for and delivering commencement speeches based upon a life experience. Mr. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Coyote Bob