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Written on: 12/11/2008 by markslattery (1 review written)
There isn't much you can say about Jeremy Clarkson that he hasn't said himself. I have never been sure about whether I like him or not, he's strong coffee. This book of essays from the Sunday Times is a follow up to a book I've not read, presumably of previous essays.
What you can say of Clarkson is that he is talented and prolific and has a distinct voice. These are superficial essays, aimed at cheering you up, provoking a little reaction, he's a professional contrarian. He's a clever, witty… Read Full Review
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