I wouldn't want to say this is a bad/good book, and i wouldn't want to say whether I like/dislike Mr Healey after reading it. I think this book is an example of 'What is says on the tin'. We all know Austin has built a career on playing practical jokes and slating every other human being, and this book just goes to confirm this.
As i mentioned earlier, i wouldn't want to judge the guy purely by this book but it does appear that he has trouble accepting a slating and a practical joke from a fellow human being, even if it is at the same level of nastiness as he has played on other people. All of that said, he is still very forthright in his views on many different coaches in rugby, but i started to lose respect for his oppinions of other people the more the book went on, because you are never sure whether it is personal or objective.
Either way, the book is a bit of fun and it was an easy read, so if you fancy reading this then go ahead and you will get exactly what you expected.