I bougth this book with the hope to find the truth, as any "argentino" i fall in love with the talent of Maradona, he was my idol, but, with the time, his image begun to change. These book has a couple nice historys of Maradonas childhood, and his first steps in the difficult world of the soccer, but, doesnt have any autocritics, any clue of how this man, who was the best player ever fall in the hell of the drugs, and the multiple problems that he has. I love autobiographies, i red My Life, by Magic Johnson, and in that book, he was very toft with himself and with the dark side of the NBA, but in this book, Diego, never said why, or how, he loose all the things that he reached with his game. I also wanna see him say, things for the children, like,"don't do these stupid things..." but i can't find any appologies, or any advice for those who are in the same situacion of him. So, the book is good, has beautifull pictures reflecting his carreer, and so many histories of his parents house, and his childhood, but the feeling is that in all the problems that he has, always was the other part fault, for example, the coach of the Napoli, or the Pope, or the former coach of the national team of argentina, Daniel Passarella, Diego pass through all these chapters as a victim, for those who follow his history with devotion, its hard to believe those things... I also found a couple mistakes for the two journalists who helped Diego to wrote this book, im talking about Ernesto Cherquis Bialo and Daniel Arcucci, for example the gift that the Napoli gave to Diego for the very first Championship wasn't a Ferrari F40, it was a Testarrosa, or a couple photo epigraph, or a couple names. I hope Diego find a cure for himself, and reach the happiness some day, and i also hope some day, he write a new book, telling us all the things that don't say in this one.