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Finding My Feet - My Autobiography

by Jason Robinson

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Breezy, readable, inspirational subject matter. Good example of what the right ghost writer can do for you (thats sort of meant as a compliment!) ( )
  jontseng | Apr 12, 2008 |
Got it from the library for my son's school project on Robinson.

Enjoyable read. I had though it went up to the England Rugby World Cup win but discovered it ends with the Grand Slam prior to this. It seems there was an updated version issued but this is not it.

I like Robinson's tone in the book in that he is not nasty towards those he has had disagreements with. I found it to be a very realistic account of his life so far as I can judge.

He is up front on his evangelical faith usually starting each chapter with a scripture verse.
  MarkMcCullagh | Mar 9, 2008 |
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Jason Robinson describes how his rugby career developed despite a childhood overshadowed by violence, his battles with drinking and struggles to come to terms with fame.

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