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That's important, because otherwise his snarky attitude and slacker's voice could've sunk this book.

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Once I got going I soon realized I'd read this before.

I'm a big Jeeves & Wooster fan, so I didn't mind the reread and was happy to find at least one new one herein. If for nothing else, this should be heralded for being an almost perfectly constructed autobiography. Rainn Wilson, aka Dwight from The Office, has done a bang-up job at creating a very enjoyable read in The Bassoon King: My Life in Art, Faith, and Idiocy.

His pacing, timing and storytelling are rock solid.

Irregardless, it's not one of his best."Jeeves and the Kid Clementina" - Bertie has a thing for Bobbie Wickham and tries to do a good deed for her at a girls' prep school.

Doing good deeds for others never does Bertie any good. This is Wodehouse in classic form and this story sets the parameters used in a number of his full-length books."The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy" - An old pal has no backbone, so Bertie hatches up a scheme to get him his just desserts.Let's put it like this: If you are repulsed by his Dwight personality, then just steer clear of this book. But really, there's no point, even if you're just looking to hear a bit about The Office. He talks a lot about his personal religion, the Baha'i Faith. Thankfully, he's a good narrator, and specifically he reads this book with all the inflections and dramatic flair it requires. I figure, even if their life turns out to be uninteresting, at least there's a good chance I'll get a laugh or two out of the book.Trust me, there's not enough on that topic herein to satisfy that itch and make reading this whole book worthwhile. I don't know much about it, but it seems like a fairly positive umbrella religion for all the other religions, which means it will likely be attacked by all other religions out of fear that it might supplant them one day. Unless you know him and his humor intimately, if you read it on your own you're going to miss many of the jokes. David Spade hasn't lived the most exciting life and he may not be the funniest dude in the world, but that didn't stop him from making this a fairly enjoyable book. He lacks Wolff's eloquence, but hey, so do most people!His Dwight character is not that far off from reality.I kind of guessed that ahead of time, but it is absolutely fascinating to see the hows, whats, and whys behind the making this delightfully strange individual. Here, I'll give you a taste: Young Rainn was raised for a time in a dirt-poor, secluded Central American former pirate town that still to this day must be approached via boat, and it's not an island!Trust me, that little tidbit is nothing compared to the cuckoo crazy times that made up this man's formative years.

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