Robin Williams was a contradictory star. He had a larger-than-life stage persona even though he was an introvert at heart. A hilarious man who could improvise with lightning-fast speed, he was also wracked by depression and addiction. Robin is the first biography about this late, great genius and while it covers a lot of territory, you get the sense that such unerring genius requires a slightly more creative biography than just a mere chronological rendering of his life and career, no matter how well-written it may be.
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