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No Spin: My Autobiography

Written by: Shane Warne
Narrated by: Rhys Muldoon
Length: 13 hrs and 11 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of No Spin: My Autobiography by Shane Warne.

‘My story, without the spin.’

From the start of his glittering career in 1992 to his official retirement from all formats of the game in 2013, Shane Warne has long desired to tell his incredible story without compromise. No Spin is that very story. It offers a compelling intimate voice, true insight and a pitch-side seat to one of cricket’s finest eras, making this one of the ultimate must-have sports autobiographies.

Shane is not only one of the greatest living cricket legends: he is as close as the game has had since Botham to a maverick genius on the field and a true rebel spirit off it, who always gives audiences what they want. Despite being the talismanic thorn in England’s side for nearly two decades of regular Ashes defeats, he was also much loved in the UK, where he played cricket for Hampshire. He’s also a much-admired figure in India and South Africa. 

Alongside his mesmerising genius as a bowler, Shane has often been a controversial figure, and in this book he talks with brutal honesty about some of the most challenging times in his life as a player. Honest, thoughtful, fearless and loved by millions, Shane is always his own man, and this book is a testament to his brilliant career.

©2018 Shane Warne (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks

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Excellent Voice for a master piece

A super read for cricket enthusiasts and a must for all who liked/loved Shane Warne! Great job done by Rhys . . . Never for a moment it occurred that it was some other guy . . Voice and style along with accent always made me feel like it was Warnie who was reading out the book to me. . . Great job done guys. . thanks for this. . Cheers!

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Superbly Honest and Entertaining

Shane Warne has always been my fav Aussie player and I had been following his escapades off the field.
The bio gives us an insight into not only his thinking as a player but the reasons behind the events which happened in his life. A must read for all cricket lovers.

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Good story - gives you an insight into SW mindset

The part I loved the most was the never say die attitude Warne demonstrated at various stages of his career and life.

Engaging cricket stories as well. Full marks to the narrator to make the audiobook engaging!

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Inside a sports persons mind

Books shows the softer side of Shane Warne and the true self he is. A very honest tail of his life to date..

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Interesting

Nice anecdotes and cricket snippets. Sometimes sound over the top but that's ok - he was always a showman, wasn't he .

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Whatta bowler!

A great read/listen for all fans of cricket and especially leg spin. I've been a big fan of Warne ever since I started cricket and it's great to read the book and see that he is a pretty great guy both on and off the field.

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Hero lies in you.

Shane Warne you are a hero.

Narration is excellent. Pronunciation is very clear. I loved every bit of it. Good work done.

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pleasure listening

After listening, I have massive respect to warne's understanding of the game. he truly was the best leader not to have captained an international side. please listening.

some of the Asian cricketers names are not pronounced properly by narrator.

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  • Nic
  • 08-11-18

Thanks for that Warnie!

Great book about an extraordinary life lived to the max. The descriptions of some of the all time great cricket matches are spellbinding.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-08-19

interesting account of warnes life

can definitely tell this was written in warnes words, it's interesting to hear warnes view on so many different cricketing experiences and topics. The epilogue was abit strange and unnecessary, and the enormous ego he has sitting on his shoulders at times became over incessant, cringey to a point.

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  • miss Laura Z Burden
  • 27-07-19

disappointing

his ego takes over the last few chapters and just becomes unbearable, maybe different narrator

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  • Jordan Powell
  • 06-07-19

Brilliant

Absolutely brilliant I would recommend to anyone. If you love cricket it’s a must read

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  • Roy Whitehead
  • 19-05-19

As expected a real ripper from S K Warne

As a cricket lover it wasn't hard for me to listen to account of Shane Warne especially as it was his own.

I may have suspected some airbrushing here and there but it was a well delivered dive into this charismatic cricketer's life both on and off the field.

I would certainly recommend to cricket lovers. I'm still not sure about David Saker's nickname, did anyone else get it?!

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  • Pepper
  • 26-04-19

OK

I'm a massive fan of Shane Warne and love both the way he plays and the person he is off the pitch too. But I wasnt convinced that all the stories and explanations were as believable as I had hoped he would have been. Have been left a bit flat by it. Still a very interesting book and loved listening to his insight into what where and why. What a life Shane has created and is clearly a good guy.

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  • mr
  • 18-03-19

Very good listen

As a cricket fan this book is great. Shane is very honest, leaves nothing out and the insights into what it was like in the dressing rooms, behind the scenes etc are amazing. Nicholas has done a very good job crafting it as well.
The performance is really good but with any autobio its a slight shame to hear the real man’s voice. All in all, a very good listen

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  • A Docking
  • 11-03-19

Spoiled by too many nicknames

Here we have the story of arguably one of the worlds iconic sportsmen which, for me, was spoiled by the use of too many nicknames. Not being a keen follower of cricket, I couldn't keep up with who Shane was referring to on many occasions. I appreciate that this won't bother many listeners, particularly those that follow cricket closely but it cost a star for me.

Otherwise, a very entertaining listen to a very colourful life - much better viewed from the person who has lived it rather than through telephoto lenses and lurid headlines designed to sell newspapers.

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  • A. Paton
  • 07-03-19

Loved it - extra long dog walks

I really got into the book, so much so that I frequently went on dog walks listening to it and when I got home I found myself doing an extra lap of the block just to squeeze in a couple more pages. At various points I also paused the audiobook and went on YouTube to look at some of the videos and see again what Warne was referring to.

it's really got me looking forward to the next ashes test!

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  • gemma
  • 19-02-19

a good insight into a complicated man

always loved warner as a player I feel that his off field activities have been grossly exaggerated yet he puts his side forward really well and coherently I would love to have a pint with this bloke

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  • R. Kitzinger
  • 24-01-19

Excellent and honest

Brutal and entertaining honesty from the legend of the game.
Poor performance rating though as the narrator continuously mispronounced names and places