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2.0 out of 5 stars
"My TIme:An Autobiography", 10 Jan. 2013
This was eagerly anticipated and therefore doubly disappointing when it turned out to be flat, repetitious and pretty colourless writing (apart from references to the jerseys). A bit like a long cycle ride through the Cambridge fens in the rain: you look forward to the end without enjoying much of the journey.
The "ghost" author failed to do justice either to his inspirational and idiosyncratic subject or to his personal qualities; it seemed as if not enough time and effort had been given to insightful and really meaningful research, nor to effective prompting during the working interviews, clearly, which might have derived more interesting reflections and anecdotes which Bradley could have offered on a host of events relating to the evolution of his talent.
Perhaps it had been prepared in a bit of hurry in order to be published before Christmas.