AJP Taylor’s candid, witty and disarmingly honest autobiography is as engaging as the masterly books and celebrated television appearances that have established him as our greatest living historian.
‘Totally riveting … I could not put the book down’ Financial Times
‘An immensely readable autobiography’ Auberon Waugh, Daily Mail
‘A profoundly affecting book, combining the author’s customary pungency with an entertaining benignity’ The Observer
‘There is not a single dull sentence in it’ The Times
‘AJP Taylor’s autobiography has the great merit of being capricious, unpontifical and readable’ Malcolm Muggerridge, The Sunday Times
Paperback, 358 pages. In good to very good preloved condition with the exception of minor colour change to pages and creases to front cover. No foxy.