“One day perhaps an American author will turn his or her attention to Prince Harry and the result should be at least 600 pages of great good fun . . .
“There are very few books that cover the field of psychiatry in all its complexities and do so in a clear and easily read format.
One might think an Aussie tennis player who would call himself a game changer in the title of his autobiography might be a "dinkum figjam," a self-consciously "tall poppy,” and "not much chop" as a
“F cuts to the chase with impatience and too rapidly presents the solution to its own enigma. Haste makes waste, as the saying goes. True in life, true in literature.”