This book was very good read but I felt it did not tell me enough about
Leonard Nimoy. He basically mentions only his work. Nothing about his upbringing
and childhood. Mind you the book and is thin i.e. only 130 odd pages. I greatly
enjoyed the Dialogues between Nimoy and Spock and I liked the introspective
thoughts of the first few chapters where Nimoy wonders who Spock is. It’s a
daft thing to complain about but I found it confusing that the anecdotes
changed mid-chapter without a line break. I kept looking for some connection
that was not there until I got used to it. It’s great that I don’t have to wait
20 years to read "I am Spock".