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Jeremy Clarkson

The Biography
Narrated by: Richard Dallyn
Length: 2 hrs and 9 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)
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An outspoken personality who divides opinion, Jeremy Clarkson has made a successful career out of his love of cars and speed.

Since becoming Top Gear supremo, the programme has become one of the most widely distributed TV shows on the planet. Clarkson is also a columnist for the Sunday Times and his candid views on practically every subject under the sun have often landed him in hot water. Love him or loathe him, this fascinating biography tells his far-from-over life story.

©2006 Blake Publishing Ltd. (P)2006 Sound Entertainment Ltd

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  • Tim
  • 18-03-2015

Interesting not very long

I thought this book was quite good however it was not too long for a biography. I would have liked to hear some words from J Clarkson.

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Only if jeremy did the speaking.

It was good and short. Did not like the music in it tho. Give it a go

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An inedible life

great book easy to listen to and an excellent story a true pioneer well done

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  • Amadeo
  • 25-05-2012

Very poor

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Poorly researched, poorly written. Sounds like a (bad) magazine article with lots of filler. Clarkson deserved a better book.

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  • Justin Rovers
  • 13-02-2015

It was good... Short

Would have been nice to have more detail but a good overview all the same I need five more words

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  • 27-11-2010

But it does matter

Utter drivel, 20 minutes was enough and now it?s been deleted from every hard drive,Ipod, back up,that I posess. Repetitive, clich? after clich?, must have used Wikipedia, a few choice press clippings then just padded it out to make a book. In this case, ironically for Clarkson ?But it does matter?

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  • chatbear1
  • 29-12-2015

clarkson

To brief,but good listening.does not answer the question. Is he playing to the gallery or is he a tit.probably does not know himself. But at least he's a laugh.