Yes, that's all I ever tried to say about it originally. It is entertaining....but, partly because of that, and partly because of lack of critical thought, people (especially those who don't have extensive prior knowledge of Agassi or the situation) have a tendency to get sucked-in, and believe everything the book says. They also think if it's not in the book, then it's not important. Basically they get caught up drinking Agassi juice...Gil water....and that's pretty absurd. It's crafted beautifully to tell one side, and one side only: Agassi's. If one recognizes that, then it can be entertaining, and informative; but again, one must realize that they aren't getting the full picture.