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Family and old friends know him as Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr., but the public recognizes him as Common. This hip-hop artist and Hollywood star has written a memoir far more candid and compelling than most celebrity autobiographies. Modeled on works by Malcolm X and James Baldwin, One Day It'll All Make Sense takes readers back to his early life in Chicago as the son of a former professional basketball player and a career educator and then into the intense, competitive world of rappers, but some of its most moving passages are about the changes that becoming a father brought to him. A meaningful read.