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Whichever way you look at it, this has been quite a year for Captain Tom Moore. He raised nearly £33m for the NHS (plus a further £6m in Gift Aid) by walking around his garden, been promoted to Colonel, been knighted by the Queen, become an honorary member of the England Football team, had a number 1 single and celebrated his 100th birthday.

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“Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day: My Autobiography” by Captain Tom Moore

Captain Tom, this phenomenon thats risen from the first Uk ‘lockdown’. Hours of TV, miles of media print, it’s easy to feel you already know him. I’m only a couple of chapters in, and I’m hearing things I’ve not heard up till now. I say hearing, its almost as if he’s reading it to you. It’s shaping up to be the best read ever, in my humble opinion.

It is fair to say that Captain Tom has become an example of what is good in the world during the horrible pandemic that has affected so many people and he has remained cheerful and optimistic throughout. This book is the story of his life and we learn of his wartime exploits, his love of adventure and motorcycles, flight to the summit of Everest and, most bizarrely of all, his appearance on Terry Wogan’s Blankety Blank in 1983.

There are plenty of photographs in the book of our hero’s life and there is plenty of humour throughout. When interviewed recently about this book he said that it would make a “good Christmas present for someone you don’t like”. It would also make a great present for anyone you do like too. This is the story of an amazing man and an incredible life. 5 stars. My elderly mum-in-law asked me to order this book and is thoroughly enjoying it. She bought it as she believes any money made from sales will go to charities — I don’t know if that is the case but I’d like to believe it is.

For her, this is a trip down memory lane. She is 4 years younger than Tom and her mind is still as sharp as his and it is reminding her of life in her early years.

I am particularly impressed because in the 45 years of knowing her, mum-in-law has never read a book other than a few pages of a gardening book perhaps, so it has been a very good buy for her and I would therefore highly recommend it. Really lovely book written in the tone of Sir Tom. A great history of his family and the wonderful Yorkshire dales. His time in the war and great chronology of what has happened in history over his 100 years. A lovely read that leaves you believing tomorrow will be a good day. A great read for any member of the family. Raising money was never so heartfelt. Thank you sir Tom, to you and your family for giving back. What an amazing legacy your grandchildren have big shoes to fill.