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My mom loves it and even though it's the first book she's purchased I'm sure others will enjoy it just as much as she did :-)Published 8 months ago by Adam Robert Henderson
I'm been a fan of Mr Fox since Family Ties came on the air. I've purchased 5 of these books giving 4 away as gifts. Read morePublished 10 months ago by aslakeview
I liked the way he put flashbacks into the book.
I now understand PD in a whole new light.
A big MJF fan.
Loved hearing about the rise of Michaels career and days on the sets of my favourite tv and movies. But what I most admire, like Patrick Swayze's memoir, is the courage and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by J Vlielander
Lucky Man: A Memoir is an honest, truthful book by Michel J Fox explaining his history from Birth till now. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bootsy Bass
Very excellent read. He writes about his Parkinsons with such humour that this book is an easy read. Didn't want it to end.Published 16 months ago by B. L. Kaiser
This was a well written book that brought me to tears a number of times. Thank you Michial J fox for a honest and wonderful view into your life!Published 18 months ago by jndals
I was surprised by the thoughtfulness and openness of this book.
It managed to be spontaneous and well-written at the same time, thanks partly, according to the author, to his... Read more
Although the condition he intends to hilight & bring predominately to the forefront in his novel is his Parkinson's Disease; it's amusing that it unintentionally becomes clear... Read morePublished on Dec 11 2009 by The Unpopular Opinionist