The autobiography of the best bowler in the world, fully updated to include the Ashes tour of 2001
Shane Warne is arguably the greatest spinner of all time - he has taken 356 wickets in 82 tests since his debut in the Sydney Test in the 1991-92 series.
Here he talks about his early ambitions, and offers a colourful narrative account of the various Ashes series in which he has been involved. He also offers his personal views on sportsmanship and the relationship between Australia and Sri Lanka, as well as providing his thoughts on captaincy and the leg-spinners he respects. He talks candidly about his fascination with gambling, and about the conflict between his public persona and private life.
Warne, who has had the last laugh on many a batsman, wants the last word and gets it. - Sunday Times
Warne's thoughts on the English game and players, sledging, the Ashes, sponsership and the media are fascinating. - The Independent
Shane Warne's excellent autobiography is much easier to read than his bamboozling leg spin....the plain-talking Australian bowler's laid-back approach is translated effortlessly. - Sunday Express
A fascinating insight into top class sport. - Birmingham Evening Mail
Spicy revelations and treats galore. - Scotland on Sunday