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The Test: My Autobiography This is the long awaited autobiography of the greatest rugby player of our time Brian O Driscoll Since , when he made his international debut, there has been no greater player in world rugby than Brian O Driscoll InRugby World magazine named him its world player of the decade and since then the legend has only grown Now, at the end of his amazing career which culminated in fairy tale fashion with Ireland s victory in theSix Nations championship he tells his own story Honest, gritty and thoughtful, Brian O Driscoll s Autobiography is not just an essential sports book It is an essential book about family, friends, hard work, courage and imagination An amazing career There will only ever be one BOD Dan Carter A thoroughly enjoyable read After reading The Test I warmed even to O Driscoll as a player and a man He stood for a new ethos in Irish sport that refused to accept mediocrity or glorious failure Fergal Keane, Irish Times O Driscoll s honesty takes the reader to a place they simply have not been before Vincent Hogan, Irish Independent

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10 thoughts on “The Test: My Autobiography

  1. says:

    I don t read many sports memoirs and found this oneinteresting for early years and incidentals, like getting falsely arrested in New York, rather than the account of matches Avid rugby fans may rate the book higher I did feel that we were expected to know all about the rules, personalities and tensions, which someone who lived and breathed the sport would but occasional viewers would not The author has not much to say to anyone outside hi

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It was good to hear about his early career, how he fought through all the inuries and personal tests he had to overcome You felt you were sitting listening to Brian chat.Well worth a read for any rugby fan.

  3. says:

    Not perfect, but filled with moments of charm.This is the first sports autobiography I have ever read, and I wasn t sure what to expect I am a huge rugby fan and as much a fan of Brian O Driscoll as any English person can be You definitely need a good knowledge of not just rugby, but particularly Irish rugby, to fully enjoy this book everyone and his uncle is given a nickname, which can leave you a little lost if, like me, you rean an observe

  4. says:

    unfortunately I found no substance in this read, rather it was like a diary from one match to the next I was hoping to get to knowabout Brian O Driscoll rather than a running commentary on games from school to finish No insight into management both provincial international, nor teammates or opponents He has little in way of either positive or negative comments on the many personalities he has come across Lions tour to New Zealand was nothan a f

  5. says:

    Possibly the worst sporting autobiography I ve read, very little insight into the man or his life Readslike a season by season scorecard We learn nothing about what re really thinks of other players or coaches.Avoid avoid avoid.

  6. says:

    Hilariously awful for about 50 pages then slow torture Hilariously awful for about 50 pages then slow torture

  7. says:

    A pleasant read, but superficial and without any deep thoughts on anything much including the many controversies Confirms the general rule that, wit ha few exceptions Richie McCaw, Brian Moore, David Kirk the better the player, the poorer the autobiography The worst remain David Campese, Michael Jones and Jonah Lomu

  8. says:

    This man is the greatest rugby player I have seen I am biased, being Irish, but seeing him take teams apart at times was extraordinary and his leadership of Leinster and Ireland was second to none Loved reading about his career and his views on incidents, like the Lions tour to New Zealand.A solid read.

  9. says:

    One of my favorite rugby players of all time Great book on his life.

  10. says:

    Decent read but I think a lot of the key controversies were kept out

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