Friday, April 21, 2017


Nevertheless / Alec Baldwin, 290 pgs.

A memoir from the outspoken actor who is best known for his role on 30 Rock, Baldwin takes the usual tact of telling about his childhood, his family, and his life before fame.  He talks about being a young actor, an addict and eventually a married man and father.  He tells some little tales about many people he has worked with, some of them complementary, some not so much.  He talks about his marriages, his kids, and his causes.

I listened to the audio book which is read by the author.  It did not grab me like I hoped it would.  Baldwin often seems to take the tone of someone who is talking to an audience with a low IQ.

Recommended for fans only.

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