Even if you don’t know Osher, chances are you’ve heard his voice or seen ads for something he’s hosted. One might expect a memoir about the amazing experiences he’s had during his life, meeting famous people, having the coolest jobs in the world... But what you might not expect is an inside look at a troubled brain and a person on several paths to self-destruction.
This is a powerful autobiography detailing Osher’s mental health battles... and meeting awesome people all around the world. At times it gets quite heavy, but the reader knows Osher conquers his brain chemistry because he’s still here to talk about it.
Highly recommended. Loved reading the footnotes, made say with the Kindle edition.