I found this book to bear no resemblance to the descriptions posted. It is cornier and trashier than most bad country western tunes. The chapters run on with details that never seem to have relevance to the plot and none of the characters are attractive.
I found this book incredibly entertaining as an audio book. Of course, it isn't high brow literature but it is interesting, poignant, sad and funny. The reader sounds so much like Jerry Lewis, I had to double check. Lewis reveals a lot about himself in his version of the relationship and the reasons for the break up. He clearly looked up to Martin and craved his approval. The personal and emotional sub-text adds more complexity than would be expected in a book about this show biz duo.
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