A review by indieandajean
Every Tool's a Hammer: Life Is What You Make It, by Adam Savage


One of the best memoirs I've read in a very long time. Perhaps also the only memoir I've managed to finish in a very long time.
As a fan of Myth Busters, Tested, and as a maker myself, this book did not disappoint. Adam Savage, as he always does regardless of format (television, youtube, in person, and now in writing), lovingly crafts a story of failures, successes, and lessons learned from this great big project we call life. This book invites you to sit down, laugh, and reevaluate your creative processes through a lens that feels in many ways like a conversation with a good friend.
I highly recommend this one to anyone who loves to make things, anyone who suffers with imposter syndrome, or those who, like me, can't get enough of this very funny and kind human.