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"The definitive book on Robbie Williams" (Heat)
"A phenomenal piece of journalism... an absorbing essay on fame and the music industry" (Observer)
"Perceptive, sympathetic and sometimes shocking. It is also - because Williams is a genuinely amusing man - wonderfully funny" (Sunday Telegraph)
"The most lustrous and scrupulously observed anatomy of the madness of top-flight 21st century celebrity existence that it has ever been my deep joy to read" (Independent on Sunday)
"It's all there, the inside story that the fans have guessed at and the tabloids have done their best to invent...Until Mrs Williams finally does appear, nobody is going to get closer to Robbie than this" (Sunday Times)
Paperback of 2004's massive Christmas bestseller. The best-written, most gut-wrenchingly honest, stomach-achingly funny book ever written about music, fame and the whole damn thing...See all Product Description
I am a huge fan of Robbie Williams' solo music, and was keen to discover more about the man who is, as far as I'm concerned, a legend of our times. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I think that it has been one of the best books I have ever read, and I have read a lot.
Reading the book I have both laughed and cried, feeling misrable for Robbie and at the... Read more
Great biography, full of facts, laughter and tears. The author was very wise with his words, and he totally captured my attention from the beginning to the end. Great book!Published on 31 Dec. 2012 by Ilana Kaiser
Robbie Williams song and dance man and entertainer and according to The Sunday People a budding thespian. Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2008 by Fred Bookie
I generally read biographies if the person intrigues me. I found this book to be at times very compelling, a brilliant insight into the world that is Robbie Williams, at times... Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2006 by Helen Warner