The book does confirm that he has been a proud jerk all his life, but it is also quiet clear that he has matured a lot lately.
Factor #1 was having family and kids, things like that always change people.
Factor #2 was his attitude to football. He started playing for the team and became more calm. I like to think that Milan changed him in that way.
I didn't quiet enjoy the parts of the book where he told about his personal life, because I don't like jerk types.
But kudos to him for achieving his dreams when he had absolutely nothing.
The parts I did enjoy were his insights on how the transfer market, dressing room, and football matches actually look from the inside.
For example jealousy. From his words it's completely insane, just like chicks in the model business or something.
After this book I started hating Van Der Vaart for example, what a prick.
Then it made me appreciate all the transfer business tricks that Galliani and Mino Raiola do. It's no nice and fair game really.
The book gives a thorough description of every transfer he made, including details on how Inter stole him from us after Calciopoli.
What I didn't like is that he frequently showed arrogance when looking at the past achievements. What I mean is things like "I promised Inter the first title in 17 years, and I brought it to them" - come on, like it was single handedly his own effort. Besides Inter playing better, they also crushed Milan and Juve with Calciopoli BS.
Then when he joined Milan, he said that people came to him and said things like "come on Ibra, you are a born winner, lead us to the title" -- i seriously doubt that everyone said that.
Anyway, I still think that every football fan should read this.
I will even go looking for more books by football players.