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The autobiography of the brilliant tennis star, Andre Agassi. He pretty much had his life planned out before he could even talk. His demanding father made sure he trained and focused on tennis. By the age of twenty-two the man had eight grand slams to his name, but off court the man was confused and utterly unhappy. This book is his journey on trying to find himself and his meaning of life.
What makes this book stand out?
The book, as most biographies are, is a journey of self-discovery.
Read it for
breathtaking and painful journey of a genius, who tries to find happiness all over again.
Don't read it for
The book is a slow starter, takes some time to get the feel of the book.