The Kindle Edition of Alan Sugar's Autobiography, "What You See Is What You Get."  - £3.59 @ Amazon
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The Kindle Edition of Alan Sugar's Autobiography, "What You See Is What You Get." - £3.59 @ Amazon

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Found 5th May 2011
I've been waiting for the Kindle price to drop - and it finally has.
Like him or not, his story is a darn good read...!

12 Comments

Original Poster

Nice to see all ya folks voting on the deal itself
http://www.fiftiesweb.com/tv/beverly-hillbillies-2.jpg

.............. and not letting ya prejudices get in the way.....!

much as I love my Kindle, I am never going to pay for a 3mb file

Buy Buy Buy, or you're FIRED.....

Didn't I see the hard copy in Poundland the other day?

he bought spurzzz, what a fool, id fire him for that

amazon.co.uk/The…8VZ

The CV [Kindle Edition]
Alan Sugar (Author)

This one is FREE

Cockney Scott

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FThe-CV%2Fdp%2FB004WNAA2Y%253FSubscriptionId%253D1GVBN9WWNVXC5DBPE502%2526tag%253Dkiq-free-e-21%2526linkCode%253Dxm2%2526camp%253D2025%2526creative%253D165953%2526creativeASIN%253DB004WNAA2Y%26kc%3DA7B2F8DUJ88VZ]http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-CV/dp/B004WNAA2Y%3FSubscriptionId%3D1GVBN9WWNVXC5DBPE502%26tag%3Dkiq-free-e-21%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB004WNAA2Y&kc=A7B2F8DUJ88VZ[/url]The CV [Kindle Edition] Alan Sugar (Author) This one is FREE



and even when it's free, it's too expensive.

This is a good price. Hot! I think people are just voting cold because they don't like the guy.

It's a reasonable book. Selective memory and perspective, but worth a read.

bigbak

Selective memory and perspective,



Too right. The title contrasts well with his phrase about his Hi-Fi products, tarted up to look the part but actually rubbish. Back then he called it "the mug's eyeful".

why so much hate for the guy...i am halfway through the book and quite enjoying it.

Dhiraj1

why so much hate for the guy...i am halfway through the book and quite … why so much hate for the guy...i am halfway through the book and quite enjoying it.



I imagine he speaks rather well of himself.
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