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Why Do I Say These Things? par Jonathan Ross
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Why Do I Say These Things? (édition 2009)

par Jonathan Ross

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Anecdotal and autobiographical, wicked and witty, this is 'Wossy' on himself and all manner of subjects, in his own words and at his best.
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Titre:Why Do I Say These Things?
Auteurs:Jonathan Ross
Info:Bantam (2009), Paperback, 229 pages
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Why Do I Say These Things by Jonathan Ross I really wanted to like this book because I have always enjoyed seeing him on TV.
 
I like his humour and his manner and his charm.
 
How disappointed I was then to find it rather banal. It is like a humorous jaunt down Jonathan Ross memory lane. I expected something lively, funny and perceptive. Instead it read more like a 5th former's "What I did in the holidays" school essay.
 
Sorry Jonathan, I tried, I plodded and I  persevered. ( )
  Ken-Me-Old-Mate | Sep 24, 2020 |
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  CharlotteBurt | Nov 24, 2018 |
In this book Jonathan Ross, the well known TV presenter, takes us on a journey through the high points of his life and career to date, and some of the strange and funny things that have happened to him along the way. I love Jonathan's TV shows and have always been a big fan, so I thought it would be interesting to learn a bit more about the man behind the TV persona. This book is not really an autobiography as such, as he doesn't run through the events in his life in chronological order. It's more like the type of stories he would relate at a dinner party (although maybe a few of them would not be suitable for that setting!).
There are many funny anecdotes about his life contained in the book, and he comes across as quite a nice man and surprisingly down-to-earth considering much of his life has been lived as a celebrity. Being a Londoner myself, I also liked reading his childhood memories from the '60s/'70s which evoke a real feeling of nostalgia. For me, some of the humour in the book feels like he is trying too hard to be funny and can be a bit cringeworthy; but aside from that, I did enjoy it and it's a quick read. I would recommend it to any other JR fans. ( )
  MariaSavva | May 28, 2009 |
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