By Andre Agassi
Agassi endured his father's rage-filled obsession to make him a tennis superstar. Actor/narrator Erik Davies's breathy, edge-of-the-seat delivery brings to life the near disaster of Agassi's childhood as well as his desire that his life could have been different. [Audio, LJ 3/15/10, starred review] (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
'Honest in a way that such books seldom are . . . An uncommonly
well-written sports memoir.'
-Charles McGrath, The New York Times
'Agassi weaves a fascinating tale of professional tennis and
personal adversity . . . His tale shows that success is measured
both on and off the court.'
-Doree Shafrir, New York Post
'engaging, thrilling...a superbly written book'
-Michael Atherton, The Times.
-Lynne Truss, The Times
'An ace autobiography'
***** London Lite