“This discerning memoir is at once heart-wrenching, thought-provoking, and highly enjoyable. Many aspects of Mohr’s childhood with two dads—both imposing personalities, albeit in very different ways—were difficult, sad, or confusing, but he also manages to see the positive attributes of both men. Both dads made indelible impressions on his upbringing and character. While many memoirs degrade to tell-all’s rife with blame, the author, a retired Superior Court judge, exudes fairness as he revisits and reevaluates his past. Mohr writes with ease, affability, and a talent for details, especially when recreating a 1950s and 60s childhood in Hollywood and Beverly Hills. And the book offers striking insights into what a child understands compared to an adult looking back. It all amounts to a fascinating read.”