C. Royston

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (39 of 47)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,062,148 - Total Helpful Votes: 39 of 47
I Am What I Am by John Barrowman
I Am What I Am by John Barrowman
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I loved this book! It was a brilliant read, and a real insight into the mischief achieved in the Barrowman-Gill households. The adventures had by all are exciting, enticing, amusing and bountiful. The 'Table Talks' are a unique feature providing highly entertaining anecdotes.

With fun and laughter, tears and joy rolling off each and every page, you will enjoy this book weather you are a fan, curious or have no clue who John Barrowman is!

I would recommend it to all and everyone...
Every bit as good as "Anything Goes: The Autobiography" John's Autobiography.
Doctor Who Encyclopedia - A Definitive Guide To Ti&hellip by Gary Russell
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Given this as a Christmas present, I was not immediately inspired, however I did dip into it and found myself rather hooked!
As a reference book it is wonderful- all those little things that you weren't sure about... all those things you were wondering...
How does that work?
Who was he?
How did he do that?
Which episode did that happen?
What does a Compact Laser Deluxe do? Who had one, and, you know... Where?!
Get all your questions answered and more in this neat, beautifully illustrated guide to the world that is uniquely Doctor Who!
The entire book it dedicated to every useful, and er, not so useful fact that is Doctor who. Who knows what happened… Read more
Anything Goes: The Autobiography by John Barrowman with Carole E. Barrowman
Anything Goes: The Autobiography by John Barrowman with Carole E. Barrowman
21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 *'s Well Deserved!, 1 Feb 2008
A brilliant, well written book that will keep you in stiches! I loved this book- it gives insight into the life of John Barrowman with a personal twist. You feel like he is sitting with you on the sofa over a cup of tea telling stories of happy times- and a few sad ones too.
There are added comments at the foot of each page that will keep you smiling regardless of what the story is- there are some hard hitting truths told honestly that are a real eye opener to anyone who thinks John's had an easy life.
Overall I would describe the book as a masterpiece!

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