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From the sublime to the riduculous,
This review is from: Gazza: My Story (Paperback)
From the first page to the last this book grabs you by the short & curlies. It is written in a conversational style, as you read it you can imagine Gazza in a pub, glass in hand reminisceing. But Gazza does'nt drink now and his story tells you why.
Much credit should be given to Hunter Davies for the way he captures the essence and vibrancy of Gasgoine along with the madness, stupidity and wonderful talent this man boy displayed for a short period of his life. What he does with the rest of his life now, will be another story.