Near the top. The narrator did a good job of making you forget that he wasn't the author.
And the stories about the famous artists that he's worked with - and his own reflections on business, and personal principles all made it a good listen.
The amount of details from things that happened 40+ years ago was remarkable.
Its too long for that - although I did find it to be addictive.
Reviews I've read about this book mostly focus on Mr. Davis' "coming out of the closet", though it was just a note at the end of the book. Its as if he felt that it should be noted, but doesn't see it as a central part of his story. And rightfully so - as his remarkable success had little or nothing to do with his sexuality.
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