I'm not really here

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Hyperion, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 255 pages
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Tim Allen had a runaway bestseller in Don't Stand Too Close to a Naked Man, netting more than one million copies in hardcover and monopolizing the # 1 position on the New York Times bestseller list in both hardcover and paperback. With his "Home Improvement" still the top-rated show on ABC -- and still in syndication six nights a week, -- Tim Allen indisputably remains America's premiere TV personality.

In his hotly anticipated new book, Tim searches for the meaning of life ... (yes, his wife and daughter have left him alone for the weekend; he's got time on his hands). With his characteristic "guy" hilarity, Allen tackles the irritations, delights, and fears of a man looking for answers in an increasingly confused and confusing world. Stumbling around his empty house, he ponders the vagaries of marriage, loss of time for oneself, dealing with children, being mated for life and all its implications. Closing with a chapter on God "What was He thinking when He made woman?" and his final life philosophy, he spurs on readers to make the most of theirs. I'm Not Really Here fearlessly takes on the issues that matter most to the millions o

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User Review  - Rachel Weis - Goodreads

After thoroughly enjoying Tim's book, "Never Stand Next to a Naked Man", I found this a huge disappointment. I couldn't finish it. It's pointless, boring and disjointed. Even the humor, which is Tim's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel Mccarthy - Goodreads

Don't stand too close to a Naked man is funnier than this. This book goes a bit deeper and gets into philosophy as well, a good book but might have been too young at the time to appreciate it. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Tim Allen is Lecturer in Development Studies, Department of Economics, London School of Economics. Alan Thomas is Senior Lecturer in Systems at the Open University

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