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Don't Tell Me
Don't Tell Me
Offered by simak
Price: £2.98

5.0 out of 5 stars Back and Better, 10 May 2004
This review is from: Don't Tell Me (Audio CD)
Avril Lavigne fans worldwide havbe been in a state of nervous anticipation over the new album but if the two tracks here are anything to go by our worries are over.
Don't tell me may be the single but i fell it's overshadowed by 'take me away' a song in the same vein as 'Losing Grip'. Deserves a high chart position. by the 4 track single not the two track so that you get both songs. roll on may 24th


Tietam Brown
Tietam Brown
by Mick Foley
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fact or Fiction No-one Better, 20 April 2004
This review is from: Tietam Brown (Hardcover)
Mick Foley has written two excellent autobiographial accounts about hislife in the wrestling business but his debut novel blows both those booksout of the water.
The tale of Andy Brown is a touching book whichreally shouldn't be ignored by the reading public as it's full ofinteresting surprisingly complex characters. 'Tietam Brown' is a triumphand if it was written by a former wrestler i have no doubt it would behearlded as an immediate classic.
Andy Brown is having regular teenage problems throuhout the book andalthough there seems to be a lot of mick foley tied upin Brown(that greatear joke from have a nice day is reused to great effect and a dig at hisold self in cortland) the author refuses to become the centre ofattention.
Great for wrestling fan and non-fan alike though thewrestling fan may notice one or two private jokes thrown in for theiramusement(the steak house name?).


Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
by Mick Foley
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £5.46

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mick foley, 20 April 2004
Simply the best wrestling autobiography i have ever read. Foley Is bluntlyhonest and deserves respect for telling it like it is. Foley is one of thereasons the WWF/E became the success it did in the 1990's and that mix ofintensity and humour is brought alive in Have a nice day.


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