The first major newspaper review of the book came out this weekend (actually a joint review with Ken Jennings’s Brainiac). It’s behind a subscription wall, but here’s the punchline:
… a rollicking ride of intellectual discovery and emotional growth. He provokes much laughter — unlike his buzzer skills, his comic timing never fails him — and a few unexpected tears.
Much more than a handbook for "Jeopardy!" wannabes or an exciting play-by-play, the book is a prose poem to the late-blooming joy Mr. Harris finds in exploring "a location unfixed in physical space and time" that he calls Trebekistan and in meeting many fellow travelers along the way…
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