KP: The Autobiography

KP: The Autobiography

By Kevin Pietersen MBE

  • Release Date : 2014-10-09
  • Genre : Biography
  • FIle Size : 5.95 MB
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KP: The Autobiography THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER

'Outrageous, audacious, jaw-dropping' SUNDAY TIMES

'An essential read' DAILY MAIL

'Utterly captivating' DAILY TELEGRAPH

'Hugely entertaining' GUARDIAN

The fascinating life story of professional cricketer Kevin Pietersen, MBE, from his childhood in South Africa to his experiences as one of the leading lights in the world of international cricket.

Kevin was dropped from the England squad in February 2014, seemingly calling time on an international career that began nearly ten years earlier. The decision puzzled many observers - although the England team had failed miserably in the Ashes tour of 2013-14, Kevin was the tourists' leading run scorer across the series, and he remains the country's highest run scorer of all time across all formats of the game.

Kevin reveals all in his autobiography, telling the stories behind the many other highs and lows of his incredible career. Giving readers the full story of his life, from his childhood in South Africa to his experiences as one of the leading lights in the world of international cricket, KP is an autobiography that entertains and fascinates readers in equal measure.

Reviews

  • Lack of leadership, inspiration and control

    5
    By Jmustag
    I think it is evident that his record speaks for itself, one of that will go down in history. Before reading his book, I wasn't his biggest fan and his ego appeared to be the better of him. I'm a big believer in straight talking and a transparent dressing room. ECB have to take a great look at themselves with the lack of leadership and control. Flower allowed a culture to develop and was a control freak... The ECB and Flower liked the 'yes boys'. The lack of punishment for the Twitter account is a complete joke and is embarrassing. We look at the best leaders, they give encouragement and inspiration. What a fantastic read and insight into a fractured dressing room.
  • 300 pages too long

    1
    By Bored and restless
    I had a certain sympathy for KP until I had the misfortune to read this elongated plea to "love me do". If you take out all the paranoia, and name calling you could have put the content of this book into 25 pages. Never has the name FIGJAM ( look it up) been more apt. It could have been so different.!
  • Eye Opening !

    5
    By RichardJKUK
    Confirms a lot about the cricket "establishment" But they will protect their own backs whilst the cricket entertainer, who the cricketing public delight in paying to watch, is mad a scapegoat. Now all the politics come out. I don't want politics, I want to watch cricket and the best player. KP !
  • Overpriced!!

    4
    By halifaxguru
    I know it has not been released yet so I am not reviewing the book but Apple's pricing. It's way too expensive when compared to other ebook retailers (you know who that is). Come on Apple, don't be too greedy!!

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