Sep 19, 11
Read from September 16 to 18, 2011
I actually rather enjoyed this book, Norton is open and honest about everything in his life from his career to the mistakes he has made in his personal life, and he is the first to criticize himself in doing so. He isn't shy about telling his story how it happened, how he felt at the time and what he thinks about it now (usually not overly proud) and shows that he is a real person and not just a celebrity. Norton even keeps the wording his own with no obvious sign of a ghost writer or editor taking over what is ultimately a very personal work...just don't let his mother read it!