What's It All About? Paperback – 2 Sep 2010
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"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 hugely enjoyable. A super book that informs as much as it entertains" (Sunday Express)
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In short, buy this book. If you're a fan wanting to know the score from the man himself, or if you're simply looking for a truly entertaining read, then this has to be the book for you.
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Fascinating story. I appreciated that it was written by Micheal Caine himself in his own style.Published 7 months ago by Steve U.
I received this book as a Christmas present and, although I've always been a fan of Michael Caine & loved many of his films, I wasn't quite sure if I actually wanted to read... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Steve Cann