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  • Nov 1, 2008
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Roger Moore tells the story of his life as he goes just past his 80th birthday, and what an interesting life it's been! From his early days in England all the way up to his years on "The Saint", and James Bond, up to now, when he's working for UNICEF, you'll read about all of it.

And what a fascinating read it is! Light and breezy, always interesting and never dull, especially once you get to the parts where he starts acting professionally. You'll learn everything you always wanted to know about Moore, and things you likely never wanted to know (like a certain operation he had at the age of eight).

If like me you're a fan of the Bond movies, you'll probably enjoy this book. If nothing else, you might, like me, learn quite a bit more about UNICEF than you knew before. Due entirely to this book, I plan to make a donation next month. I'm sure Roger Moore would consider that high praise indeed.

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Like his James Bond movies, Roger Moore’s autobiography is full of unbelievable scenes, corny dialogue and a lead character who doesn’t take himself too seriously...full of humor, in praise of many and offensive to few (New York Post )
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ISBN-10: 0061673889
ISBN-13: 978-0061673887
Author: Sir Roger Moore
Publisher: It Books

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