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Score: 6.0/10  [1 review]
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ProdID: 786 - Feel: Robbie Williams
Written by Chris Heath

Feel: Robbie Williams
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Forget everything you thought you knew about Robbie. Let Chris Heath show you this real - totally unreal - world.

This is the definitive book on Robbie Williams, written after two years of collaboration between Robbie and Chris Heath. It is about a uniquely talented and irrepressible man, living in a most peculiar situation.

For the first time the ultimate book on being a pop star - brutally frank, outrageously funny and more honest than is perhaps wise...

Feel reveals a man who is wickedly mischievous and enjoying life, as well as one who is bemused and trapped by the celebrity card life has dealt him. This is the funniest book, as well as the most insightful and moving, that you will ever read about life as a modern pop star. From anecdotes about life as a teenager in Stoke to the shennanigans of famous friendships, from the business and relationships behind the headline deals, to the people that are part of Robbie's life who are a million miles away from the hysteria of celebrity culture. This is an intimate account of Robbie's world.

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Review by: wheeled thing (David)
Dated: 29th of November, 2005

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This Review: 6.0/10
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I have been a fan of Robbie's since he released his first couple of singles as a solo artist. I was kinda interested to read this book, to see how much personal stuff would be included. It was quite a revelation reading about some of his habits while in the recording studio, or on tour. Another thing that comes through often is how frustrated and depressed he had become at the whole 'fame thing.' This leading to a level of eccentricity that tends to become ever more strange the more bored he gets.

My favourite quote of the book: "If the world was actually fair I wouldn't be a pop star. I would be in Stoke-on-Trent in some pub right now talking about how I used to sing when I was a kid. So thank God the world isn't fair."

I did feel that it was a little long winded in some ways. There was a lot of time spent on sitting round in hotel rooms or at home sipping cups of tea and talking. The 400+ pages could have been pruned down considerably if there was less of this. The price is a little prohibitive for me at nearly sixty dollars, but perhaps if there was a sale, I may be tempted.

Overall, pretty good if you like long, detailed, celebrity autobiographies... then this would be great. For me, not quite so much.

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