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Read by Shane Warne.
Australian Test star Shane Warne was recently voted one of the five greatest cricketers of the 20th century. Warne, the only contemporary cricketer on this list, has been described as the finest young leg spinner of all time.
After making his Test debut against India in 1991-92, Warne exploded into Test cricket in England in 1993. His first ball has become the most talked about in cricket. It fizzed back from outside the leg stump to bowl Mike Gatting, the England Captain, and amazed a crowd of 30,000 spectators. Warne has never looked back and ever since has been a key player in international cricket.
In his autobiography, Shane Warne describes with humour and insight the major influences in his life and the issues that have dominated cricket at the highest level. The current demons of match fixing, gambling and sledging are all candidly addressed, but overall this is an inspirational book by an ebullient, superbly gifted cricketer and it recaptures the excitement he has brought to millions over the past twelve years.