5 Don't You Wish You Were This Good A Writer, Mick?JoblingA | 29/03/2011 | See all JoblingA's reviews (18)Now I'm not a massive Chris Jericho fan, but I bought this book since A Lion's Tale (which I also purchased) got such rave reviews and this one was garnering some pretty big hype. I knew the man had great ring skills and amazing mic skills and is an exceptionally gifted musician, but I never pictured Jericho being as good as writer as this.We all know Mick Foley has been called the "god of wrestling autobiographies" since he releases one just about every 3 year, but to be honest his first book didn't impress me nor did his 2nd (however I enjoyed the Hardcore Diaries). I recently read Bret Hart's Hitman and decided to give Jericho's book a go, I wasn't left disatisfied.Jericho has a very unique style of writing and is often comical, his stories are well put together and I enjoy every bit of them, he's funny, smart, charismatic and most of all a terrific storyteller. You'll find that Jericho loves to plug his own material, his 5-0 win streak over Mick Foley and feels the need to replace the word "cool" with "froot" and add "ski" to the end of every other word. The book is one of a kind and is easily one of the top wrestling autobiographies of all time.Whatever the price, it's a good book, if you like reading buy this, in one word: incredible.