The book is divided into three parts - his childhood and early cricketing experience, his days as an international cricketer and decline, and his successful post-retirement career as a commentator. Manjrekar is brutally honest when it comes to analysing his shortcomings and recounting mistakes he has made. However, he is reserved and somewhat hesitant when he talks about his colleagues and other people he met all through his career. Yet it's not the absence of scandalous material that is the problem. I somehow expected more detailed descriptions of playing at the highest level. Having said that, there is enough there for people like me who grew up watching cricket from the late 80s. Worth a read!