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Book review: A father and son find common ground in 'Along the Way'

Book review: A father and son find common ground in 'Along the Way'

Martin Sheen was a struggling 21-year-old stage actor when his first son Emilio was born. Sheen, seventh of 10 children in a family that knew him as Ramon Antonio Gerardo Estevez instead of his stage name, was more accustomed to having siblings than being a father. He felt more like a brother to Emilio, and that dynamic has defined their relationship to this day. In their new memoir, "Along the Way: The Journey of a Father and Son," the two examine the nature of their relationship and the ways it formed and has informed both of their lives. Their family is discussed with deep respect —— this isn't the book you'd read to find out about Charlie's...

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