Fans of Chris Evans are bound to enjoy this book - Olivia Cooke -- heat magazine, 21-27 June, 2003
Whether you think Evans is a genius, an idiot, very lucky or all three, its still a fascinating journey -- Closer magazine, 21-27 June, 2003
From the Author
Getting to the real truth behind what makes Chris Evans tick was a task which took me a year, numerous journeys all over the country to meet with his friends and colleagues and a phone bill that could match that of a small island! Still, I think it was worth it. Getting behind the half-truths and getting to the whys and the wherefores of Chris' incredible life and career was a fascinating process. His personal life has always been clouded by his clever way with the media. But the people who know him best - friends from both work and schooldays - opened a window onto what the real Chris is like and told me things that no-one has ever revealed about the man before.
Nobody else commands headlines the way Chris Evans does. The loss of his recent court case against former employers SMG proves the point. The media frenzy was unbelievable. For my part, I suppose I contributed to it via a series of interviews on radio and TV to try and shed some light on where he goes next. But the one thing that was clear is that it was the right decision to write a book about the man everyone needs to know about. And if you read 'Ginger Nuts' I'm sure you'll feel you know this charismatic man a lot better.