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"Alan Alda's life story is as engrossing as it is moving. I couldn't put it down, and I couldn't stop laughing. With his characteristic wit and humor, Alda's gripping memoir tells of journeys through the worlds of film and theater, family and friends, the occult and science. It's the inspirational story of a man with an insatiable curiosity to understand the inner stirrings of the human soul and the outer workings of the universe."
--Brian Greene, author of The Elegant Universe

"Most theatrical memoirs are, not surprisingly, structured as dramas: The climax -- fame and accomplishments -- is hidden in and formed by the author's early struggles. Mr. Alda's book is rather different. The record runs true throughout: a story of wonder at and curious affection for the odd world around him, rather than a recitation of the various paths which led to his success. It is honest and touching and very funny -- like Mr. Alda himself."
--David Mamet, author of Glengarry Glen Ross