so, i am neither a dad, or even a parent, but i first saw home game by michael lewis in denver, it's recently been climbing the ny times bestseller list, and let's just say curiosity killed the cat. i bought the book on monday and read the entire book that day. it is so honest, literally laugh out loud (and then read aloud to your husband and laugh out loud again) funny, and a really interesting take on what it means to be a father today. also incredibly well written, it's one of the best books i've read in a while. has anyone else read it?! p.s. the author also wrote the blind side!