No, but it is all about him. What did I expect? This is after all an autobiography of the serial Tour de France winner and his fight against cancer. The trouble is I just simply don't like the man.
It is especially hard to read about his relationship with his wife (from whom he is now divorced). I've seen subsequent interviews with her which attributes the breakdown of their marriage to his priorities being with racing, ie he spent very little time with said wife and their children. This book really show how self obsessed Armstrong is. Maybe when you reach those lofty heights of athletic achievement you need to be all about me. I hope not.
I won't be reading the sequel. Which is not doubt more about how great he is.