I bought this book for my kindle on holiday because I had a sudden urge to read another football autobiography. I've always really liked Zlatan, even if at times I've assumed him to be really arrogant and brash, but this book really changed my opinion of him. It's a very open look at his early life and the things that have defined him as a man which I'd recommend to anyone with even a slight interest in football. Open, honest, interesting and at times very funny this is a great book. It's not very long (maybe 250-300 pages?) and I absolutely devoured it in two sittings but I would say that's more closely related to my enjoyment of the book than its length (or lack thereof).