Home Game: An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood
Here, with his remorseless eye for the truth, the bestselling author of Liar's Poker turns his sights on his own domestic world. The result is a wickedly enjoyable cautionary tale.
Lewis reveals his own unique take on fatherhood, dealing with the big issues and challenges of new-found paternity: from discovering your three-year-old loves to swear to the ethics of taking your offspring gambling at the races, from the carnage of clothing and feeding to the inevitable tantrums - of both parent and child - and the gradual realization that, despite everything, he's becoming hooked.
Home Game is probably the most brazenly honest and entertaining book about parenting ever written.
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Review: Home Game: An Accidental Guide to FatherhoodUser Review - Niral - Goodreads
The author is a great writer, which is mainly what keeps this haphazardly organized book afloat. The narrative shifts from poignant moments of the author struggling to define what it means to be a ... Read full review
Review: Home Game: An Accidental Guide to FatherhoodUser Review - Lane - Goodreads
The book obviously polarizes people - lots of 1-star and 5-star reviews. That's Michael Lewis, who is funny and observant but also relies heavily on anecdote rather than analysis. But he isn't trying ... Read full review