Having a son with some similar issues to Max, I found lots of stories to relate to and appreciated Emily's determination and dedication to Max. She described the hard times and the good times with the same cheery disposition which grated on me a little bit.
What I didnt appreciate was her father's comments along the lines that the only good people who can care for kids like Max are the evangelical Christians like himself.
I gave up after about 10 hours. Didnt seem to go anywhere or build to anything.
We have a show in Australia called Media Watch that only goes for 15 minutes but shows some of the rubbish that the media come up with. I love the show and so this was like an extended version of that so found it most enjoyable.
Fascinating and welll written description of Job personality, genius and struggles. Great listening and highly recommended.
Good suspense at times but as another review said it is very clinical description of his life. He obviously had an addiction to hacking but I was disappointed that there was little self analysis of the wasted opportunities the addiction caused.
I was expecting this just to be another sports biography with the usual tales. What I heard was a remarkable story of a childhood lost and a hatred for the world of tennis. It is a fascinating life, very well told with mostly a lack of bitterness. Well told Andre and good to hear your true nature shine through in the end.
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