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Reviewed in Canada on November 16, 2021
I liked the book, however now I don’t like Will. I appreciate that he was so honest in the book, and he has taken an emotional journey; I just don’t care for where he landed. When for the first time he turns down an autograph for a Downs syndrome kid……that was it for me. If Will hasn’t figured out how to pick your spots, pick your moments & act graciously (not all or nothing like the autograph scenario) - then his journey failed him. I also don’t care for his arrogance. Yes he couches it with “I’m not being arrogant, it’s real fact” kind of thing, but that jus makes it sound worse. There are ways to validate, protect and realize yourself, with grace and not at the expense of others. Right after I finished the book I saw on ET that he did some scary stunt in public and I thought - “there he goes again, vying for attention”. I find it childish, sorry. I thought he was a better person. I guess his journey to becoming a great person —— will continue…..and then he performed another “attention getting” incident at the Oscars when he slapped Chris Rock. What a childish person that craves attention like a small child, he really needs to grow up.