I've read heaps of cricket books, with most autobiographies fading out to be quite boring and repetitive. Many I've started I've struggled to finish.
A recent autobiography, which has been surprisingly better, was Bradley Hogg's.
I've tended to find overseas cricketers' biographies and autobiographies more interesting.
An excellent book of the past was Bob Simpson's The Reasons Why. It discussed the resurgence of Australian cricket after a poor period in the 80s.