New York Times bestselling author David Duchovny is back.
David Duchovny is a television, stage, and screen actor; as well as a screenwriter and director. He lives in New York and Los Angeles.
"Hilarious and deeply touching . . . Not a baseball book any more than Field of Dreams is a baseball book, this moving, beautiful novel resonates with laughter and tears throughout." --Don Oldenburg, USA Today "If it's annoying that Mr. Duchovny, who's already a phenomenally successful and painfully good-looking actor is also a funny and natural writer--his last book, the animal allegory Holy Cow, also earned high praise from skeptical critics--then at least give him some points for self-awareness. Like his character in Californication, Mr. Duchovny knows how he comes off and doesn't mind if you resent him. He just wants a fair shake . . . Mr. Duchovny spoke to the Observer about writing, acting and the shocking demise of the wondrous Garry Shandling." --Ken Kurson, NY Observer "Duchovny has hit this one out of the park . . . he does a terrific job of blending quirky and emotional writing." --The Associated Press "Duchovny finds the humor and poetry in life's lost causes." --Entertainment Weekly "Duchovny's hilarious new novel hits a home run . . . As fast as it is entertaining . . . Duchovny has a place in the lineup, kind of like a light-hitting shortstop who shines in key moments." --Micah Pollack, The Washington Post "Even people who hate the Red Sox will love this book. David Duchovny knows his baseball, but more important, he loves his fathers and sons. A touching delight." --Gary Shteyngart