My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Superb. Would highly recommend this as an audio book:as you can imagine, Lithgow’s tone and delivery is exemplary and his unflinching honesty about his life is a joy to behold in a modern autobiography.
The only thing I would have like more of is his time in Hollywood over the last 20 years as this is skimmed over in the last chapter. But if that meant editing out some of his earlier years and any of the wonderful anecdotes about his early years and his wonderful father, then it’s a worthy sacrifice.