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on 18 April 2015
Scott Mills has always been one of my favourite DJs so it's really good to read about him. Great book.
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on 20 April 2014
Such an amazing and powerful it made you want to read so much more all the time wow wow wow
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on 20 September 2014
Great read from Scott. Very open and honest for such a private guy.
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on 2 September 2012
Honestly could not put this down, and I rarely end up finishing a book. Scott has been on the radio for as long as I can remember and is one of the main reasons I am in radio. This book shows how much he cares about what he does, as well as how open he is about some darker parts of his life. Wicked book.

Well worth the money. Sign my Kindle?
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on 31 August 2012
I absolutely adore Scott Mills and this autobiography didn't disappoint! Not only does it explain his journey to and time on Radio 1 but also what happened when the microphones were off. I would definitely recommend this is if you are a fan of him and his team, or if you just want to see the big reveal on who boffed ke$ha...
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on 31 August 2012
I love Scott Mills, so thought that i would love this book.
i read it and found out you don't even need to like him to read it, it is amazing!!
its typical Scott, Funny, Entertaining, interesting.

WORTH EVERY PENNY!!
RECCOMEND TO ALL!!!
brilliant guy, Brilliant book!
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on 1 September 2012
This book is such a good read. A mixture of comical and outragous stories it kept me fixed on Scott's life. Folling his personal and professional life, it has made me even more of a fan than I already was.
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on 20 December 2014
Such a funny noooo, had me in stitches!
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on 16 January 2015
Love the show, book doesn't disappoint
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on 23 February 2013
When I listen to Scott Mills on the radio I get the impression that he is a witty and nice guy. This impression was bolstered after I read this book. Unlike some celeb autobiographies, Scott doesn't spend the whole book arrogantly justifying how he got his job. If anything, he plays it down, attributing his success to luck. Anyone who has heard's Scott's show will know that this cannot be the case - he is a genuinely good presenter: he is funny, professional and works well with other characters to bounce off of, like Laura, Becky, Chappers and Chris (who - and I say this with respect - actually has ended up on the radio through luck and not through merit, the lack of which is all so apparent after Becky's departure from the show).

I listened to the audiobook version of this book and I recommend it. Scott reads it himself and I enjoyed it so much that it seemed to finish in no time at all. In conclusion, if you are after something fun and lighthearted (although with some serious and important messages) or to find out more about the life of a guy who just can't say no, this is definitely for you!
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