Review: Open: An Autobiography

Editorial Review - - Ron Kaplan

I recently attended an event at which an author spoke about his latest project, a biography of an athlete who died in a tragic accident. Following his remarks, one member of the audience muttered to his friend, “What's the point of buying the book now? He pretty much told us the whole story.” That sentiment would initially seem to apply to Andre Agassi's autobiography, OPEN. The book has received ... Read full review

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User Review  - christinejoseph - LibraryThing

autobiog of Andre Agassi — frank account of his tennis years — love / hate control of game mastering his mind / body — growing up with control freak father Agassi’s incredibly rigorous training ... Read full review

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User Review  - Narshkite - LibraryThing

An excellent and compelling memoir. Agassi chose one of the best in the business to co-write. The prose is beautiful, and that makes a huge difference over other famous people memoirs, but Agassi ... Read full review

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