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What He Does Best
on 24 March 2011
Well, when you pick up a Clarkson book, you know what to expect: quick wit, outspoken opinion and an altogether good read.
As well as being something of a TV personality, Clarkson made his name by thinking about a new way of writing about cars, rather than just the usual complaints or praises about a new car's handling and speed.
In this book, you get to see why he has made a name for himself in some of his funniest and most well written articles.
With some, you can tell that he was pushed for ideas, but in the vast majority of articles he makes you chuckle, ending with a strong and meaningful conclusion and quite often starting off with a completely different topic.
All things considered, this book is a condensed view of Clarkson's opinion on all different cars, ranging from Aston Martins to Ferraris, as well as his opinion on everything else.
If you're a car fan, you should enjoy this book.