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That Close Hardcover – 24 Oct 2013
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'Beautifully recreates the memories of his early years' Daily Express. (Daily Express)
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The amazing life of Madness frontman and national treasure, Suggs --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product description
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I've read a lot people associated with 2-Tone, and this was my favourite read, because (1) It's not ghostwritten, or not much at least, because you can tell Sugg's way of speaking coming through the words. (2) He doesn't big himself up, quite the opposite if anything. (3) No-one gets slagged. Nice, easy read, plenty of anecdotes, made for holiday reading. you may not learn much, but there are plenty of fact-heavy books for that, this is just a pleasant few hours of company with a nice guy.
But the book wasn't consumed like a few Celebrity books I have had the misfortune to read about their success charting every boring detail along the way....Suggs wrote a book that was about his life not just a part of it....And it is more fascinating because of this....
It still covers Madness very well but it was his early life I enjoyed reading about most...
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