One of the best books I have read, in a little while, and especially one of the best autobiographies, I have read, in a LONG while. I just couldn't stop reading and felt I was holding a James Patterson, or John Grisham, novel in my hands for I had to keep turning the pages for it was so captivating and gripping that you just had to know what happened next. On a purely book level it was wonderful for the way in which it is written is terrific and it contains everything a good book should like humour, pathos and sincerity and it is so well written that it just naturally flows. On it being Michael's book I found his honesty heartwrenching and well understand why he said it was one of the hardest things he had done for the places it must have taken him, in the writing of, are places a great majority of people have, in their lifes, visited but they are places and events which we have the right to place on shelfs and close the door on, whereas, he chose to open every door and tell what was inside and that, for me, took a lot of strength and a very strong desire to share and maybe as he feels he is on the back nine with nothing now to lose but everything still to gain in his life; time to clear the decks so that, hopefully, the back nine will be nothing but rewarding. Along with his honesty came his humour and he had me laughing out loud quite a few times and I feel too that it is not just a book about his life but it contains something that Michael always tries to do and, for me whether intentionally, or not, he has achieved it in this book, because he is trying to inspire: he is trying to inspire each and everyone of us to find and a live a dream and if we have a dream, to never give up on it and to always try in life to see the good that exists and to aim to achieve, to make that good, even better. Fantastic book and can't wait for sequel !!!