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The Elephant to Hollywood: The most up-to-date, definitive, bestselling autobiography Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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uproarious and unflinching (Mail on Sunday)
Mr Caine is a charming raconteur....he writes with a quality that has grown rare among memoirists: good cheer (New York Times)
Michael Caine's second work of memoir brims with his gift for genial anecdote, but this time there's a hint of sadness as he looks back (Sunday Times)
To read Caine is to be in the company of an amiable, sentimental man who has achieved great success - and happiness - without appearing to be in the least smug. (Daily Mail, John Preston)
A truly incredible life story. (The Sun)
Not much mileage in discussing warm receptions then, unless it's to wonder if a literary festival crowd has ever sounded more fulfilled than when Michael Caine finally said "you're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off" and "not a lot of people know that" halfway through his appearance in Cheltenham last weekend. (The Times)
you can hear his distinctive voice throughout, his fans will enjoy the ride. (Choice)
a gold standard celebrity who makes the modern sort look cheap (The Times)
most memorable... This follow-up might have seemed over-indulgent were it not for his self-deprecating vignettes, told in a voice as distinctive as his spoken one, that led to critical comparisons with David Niven's classic, The Moon's a Balloon. (Independent)
Michael Caine fans will love his 'blow the bloody doors off' autobiography. (Fabulous)
Praise for What's It All About?: 'Written with just the right mix of warmth and candour, and in a prose style that is the literary equivalent of his easy-going, up-front persona, this is a super book that informs as much as it entertains.' (Sunday Express)
It has taken two decades to get a man back on the Moon and the man is Michael Caine. Niven's influence as a writer runs right through it... some genuinely vintage laughs (Sunday Times)
Caine gives his public value for money, covering his whole life with David Nivenish charm (Sunday Telegraph)
Film legend and British icon Sir Michael Caine's major new autobiography.See all Product description
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