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    Viv Richards Autobiography?

    I'm looking forward buying Viv's autobiography published in 2000. I always wanted to know more about the man and the wonderful era he played in (70's & 80's). Can anyone help me out is it worth buying?

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    I have an older one that's pretty bad tbh
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    There are three of them - none that special - Trevor McDonald's biography is much better

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatest View Post
    I'm looking forward buying Viv's autobiography published in 2000. I always wanted to know more about the man and the wonderful era he played in (70's & 80's). Can anyone help me out is it worth buying?
    yeah, I do have his latest one I believe the one published in 2000 titled Sir Vivian: The definitive autobiography

    and honestly, its nothing to write home about. The events are not detailed nicely and it reads pretty bland.
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    You get this book from Amazon UK used for a penny. And it's still too much.



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