A sensuous and entertaining memoir. I love Paul Auster's fiction, and here he brings his great storytelling talent and wit to his own life. He describes moments that we can all identify with, and makes them so immediate and real that you feel as though you have experienced them yourself. Human. Real. He makes the mundane fascinating.
Though this is a work of nonfiction, it has a similar feel to Auster's books, Oracle Night, and Book of Illusions.
Paul has read most of his recent books. I love his voice and the cadence of his speech. Lovely to listen to.
When he was so thrilled that his mother had hit a home run when playing with his boy scout troop.
A very pleasurable listen.
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