I have either read or listened to everything that James Patterson has written. I must say that "11th hour" is up there with the very very best, Patterson and Paetro have pulled out a high class thriller which was quite frankly superbly read by January Lavoy. I hope January reads all the forthcoming womans murder club books.
One of the best cricketing autobiographies I've listen too, this is definately tuffers at his very honest and best. But be warned there is blue side to this audiobook which is full of beeps and you do not have to be educated to realise what was beeped. Being a player in local leagues I fully understand the use of this colourful language. This book goes from his early days right the way through to Jan 2012, including his cricketing career, in the jungle, dancing, question of sport and of course Test Match Special. Told as only Tuffers can with plenty of humour, honesty and a few choice words.
Boring boring boring, My advice to all is miss the first 12 chapters, totally boring. The next few are mildly interesting, then back to tedium again for a few chapters then the book finishes quite strongly. I was hoping that his life may have reflected the hilarious Jack we all see on stage...........No such luck.
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