If your man enjoys life stories, wrap up one these great biographies for men:
The Pigeon Tunnel (Viking) by John le Carré
The Constant Gardener author recounts in vivid detail the most riveting interactions of his life, including a meeting with two German terrorists. A first from the expert in espionage, whose many books have also made it onto the big screen.
Good Vibrations: My Life as a Beach Boy (Faber & Faber) by Mike Love, with James S. Hirsch
Founding member and frontman for one of the world’s most celebrated bands of all time, Mike Love delves into detail on his chaotic rise from boy next door to global icon, with a career that’s spanned over 50 years.
Born To Run (Simon & Schuster) by Bruce Springsteen
This eye-opening memoir, covering his early days as a young musician playing gigs in bars, to the inner workings of his creative mind, will give new meaning to the music from the American singer-songwriter.
Not Dead Yet (Century) by Phil Collins
The Genesis drummer and singer spares no detail on his illustrious career, including his challenges with alcohol and working with music legends like Robert Plant. A must-read for the fans.
Unguarded (Sphere) by Jonathan Trott
Former England cricketer, Jonathan Trott gives an eye-opening look into the cricket industry, as he reveals the cause behind his anxiety, which forced him to leave the team.