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You should. It's excellent. :yep:

Back from the Brink - Paul McGrath :cool:
Maybe I will :ninja:
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Maybe I will :ninja:
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You really should. He's very honest and doesn't portray that he's perfect. You'd be surprised about some of the things he got up to. You'd think a man like him wouldn't become president. Brilliant story. :yep:
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(Original post by Mastermind`)
You really should. He's very honest and doesn't portray that he's perfect. You'd be surprised about some of the things he got up to. You'd think a man like him wouldn't become president. Brilliant story. :yep:
I watched this documentary shortly after his inauguration. Very insightful:yep:
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I love A Liar's Autobiography by Graham Chapman etc (Monty Python) very funny, interesting and moving, especially with the queer aspect. Hands down best auto-biography I've read (albeit of about 1.5). Had a small peek at Orwell and EM Forsters notes whch looked to be fairly good.
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sound of laughter..peter kay! had me crying with laughter... plus, im from the area he lived so knew all the places n some people he was on about like: 'i used to go to that netto... i could've been on of the screaming kids he was complaining about!' :P
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Margrave of the Marshes - by John Peel.

Although he died halfway through writing, and the book had to be finished by his wife Sheila. Fantastic read for anyone who was a fan really. He writes in a way that reminds me of Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett. Quirky, odd and amusing at the same time - and also a look at some bizarre and brilliant music!
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Moab is my Washpot - Stephen Fry
My Booky Wook - Russell Brand
So Me - Graham Norton
All brilliant :rolleyes:
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Diary of Anne Frank
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Paul Gascogine's books - My Story and Being Gazza.
Russell Brand - My Booky Wook
Michael Owen - Off The Record
Richard Hammond - On The Edge
And Gary Barlow's autobiography, My Take, is actually really good.
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chinese cinderella
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The only autobiography I have ever really enjoyed is Stephen Fry's - Moab is my Washpot.
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The only autobiography is Steven Gerrard's, which I really, really enjoyed. I have Carragher's too, but haven't got round to reading it yet.

Also getting Alan Carr's for Christmas, as it's supposed to be very funny . Anyone read it?
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(Original post by HacklyFracture)
The only autobiography I have ever really enjoyed is Stephen Fry's - Moab is my Washpot.
Yes, yes and yes. Not a huge fan of autobiographies (I find them tedious after the first page or two xD), but Fry's is hilarious. I'm a little bit in love with that man :3
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