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Sir Roger Moore is a living legend, actor, and humanitarian. He lives in England.
Fans of the James Bond films and of Roger Moore will surely enjoy this book.
At 330 pages this was in need of a good editor who could cut out all the dull parts (but that may have made the book less than 100 pages!)
I can hear his voice while I am reading and the book very much flows as if he is relating these stories while speaking.
I like Roger Moore, espeically the James Bond movies he stared in. his offwit humor and charm are admirable onscreen. Read morePublished 4 months ago by kelly Groce
When he hears how some critics call his performance as 007 James Bond as too light or comical, Roger Moore would ask, how can anyone take this spy of a character seriously when he... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gadgester
It is so nice that Roger wrote/shares this information.
It has pictures never seen before......so enjoyable.
My grandson (age 11) is taking care of it for me. Read more
I would have given this book five stars but the last 50 or so pages deals quite boringly with Roger's time spent running around on behalf of Unicef. Read morePublished 11 months ago by babyboomerlarry
This long, drawn-out memoir is too boring for American readers and may only be appreciated by the British, who might know some of the shows and stars he mentions throughout. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mediaman
I've been a James Bond fan since I was a child. Having just seen the latest movie, I was inspired to look up more Bond related trivia and found this book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Cynthia Dumarin
Roger Moore was a dashing, handsome
"James Bond" and the most handsome of
them all! I enjoyed the book .
Roger Moore always seemed to play urbane, sophisticated, and witty types and those traits come through in his autobiography. Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by George Duncan