What is a really good British history book?
All in all, a little dun and not nearly as funny as I had hoped for. It seems that the stories about CMJ were actually much funnier than the stories he told.
No not really, I enjoy cricket stories and biographies too, just this was somewhat of a let down
Not the narrator's fault this time.
Silly question, the poor man is dead.
Anyone who hear him speak on the radio will to this day miss his voice. This went some way to reminding one but not nearly enough....there should be another archive of his words
The Clive Lloyd quote of course.
I have listed to it three times al the way through....
Don't worry that it's so short....it's worth it.
Tyson does not attempt to make himself anything other than what we all believed him to be. At times the savagery and attitude to others takes your breath away. is he really this articulate? I don't know but after this I would love to see his one man show. Despite his vile behaviour, one ends up liking the guy.
So many, listing them would be dull.
Excellent, really seemed to fit Tyson's persona well.
Well worth the read