In 1992, the custody battle between Farrow, star of 13 Woody Allen films, and Allen, who fathered her son, made headlines. Farrow quietly and clearly narrates the first six cassettes in this account of her life, encompassing events from her early days: her recovery from polio at age nine; marriages to Frank Sinatra and Andr Previn; meditation with a guru in India; and, briefly, acting in film, TV, and theater. She tells of her love for her own children and her many adopted orphans. The last two tapes, read by Cheryl Gaysunas, paint a dark picture of Allen. Aside from the traumatic struggle over the children, this memoir skips on the drama, career, and humor. Of interest mainly to Farrow fans.Gordon Blackwell, Eastchester, N.Y.