I enjoyed this book very much. I only read books in work at tea and lunch breaks and when i get near the end of a book i very rarely take it home at the weekend to finish it. I did that with this one.
I live in Glasgow and was just old enough to remember Millar's exploits in the TDF from 84 onwards. He was certainly a hero to all that rode bikes whether it be BMX's or racers.
I won't go into too much detail but this book charts Millar's carear from a teenager to his retirement with the help of interviews he gave himself, magazine articles and speaking to the people who knew him best - his peers.
Despite a stand-offish attitude to the media most pros described Millar as "strange but a good guy".
The book is very well written and engaging the bonus being the included email correspondance between the Author and Millar himself.