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Written on: 24/09/2012 by mrswilson12 (12 reviews written)
I am unsure if the Stigg helped Jeremy Clarkson write this book, however I really cant recommend it enough, its a Fantastic Read. I guess you need to understand Jeremy Clarkson humour to really enjoy this book, it is a No Holds Barred read, exciting and humourous throughout. I even learnt things from this book, which was an added surprise. If you want a funny and enjoyable read, this is the book for you. I would definely read more like this, so I sincerely hope that Jeremy and his publishers… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2012 by emily.davis360 (2 reviews written)
Today’s neurotic pace of life has made us miserable and sleep deprived. We have forgotten to enjoy ourselves. We seem to have lost humour from our lives. One way to get back humour in your stress ridden life is to invest in humour books. I picked up a couple of them recently. I enjoyed reading ‘The World According to Clarkson’. A fun read with an interesting anecdotes and articles. It covers quite a few topics like men, football, technology, etc. I found myself totally engrossed in the… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/10/2011 by maddogbaz (1 review written)
The world according to Clarkson is a book about Jeremy’s views on life. Every chapter is one of his columns which appeared in articles and newspapers. They ran from the 7th January 2001 till the 14thDecember 2003. He may hate the Germans, may be sometimes sexist, but I think that he is incredibly funny. He says things that some people are afraid to voice, but are quite plainly true. Every thing in the book you can relate too. It is all based on things that happen in life, some may not be… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/04/2008
Fantastic book with plenty of laughs and very clever, very funny and overall a great read… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2007 by rds1 (1 review written)
Jeremy Clarkson is the kind of guy that you either love or hate. I honestly believe that those who hate him are simply insecure. He has said loads of stuff in the past that has conflicted with my opinions and insulted me, but I am not insecure enough to let it bother me or even take his views to heart.
I think that if you take his writing for what it is - purely entertainment - then you will enjoy it immensely.
Jezza makes loads of funny observations about stuff in articles from his nerwspaper… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2006 by The Daddy (70 reviews written)
Jeremy Clarkson, The World According To Clarkson is a great read and is an ideal book to read whilst one is relaxing by the swimming pool or even taking a dump on the lavatory. This book is probably the ultimate easy read as it is simply a collection of articles that the Top Gear host has written for the Sunday Times. As this book is a collection of articles it is very easy to pick up and put down again as the average article lasts for two pages.
Clarkson has a straight forward, yet very… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2006 by degbert (120 reviews written)
Just a series of articles written for the Times, packaged up as a book; some very witty asides and a lot of non-correct observations about all aspects of public life. Quite a journey for a bloke who confesses to knowing a bit about cars and not much else, but he's obviously talking to and on behalf of a generation of anglo saxon males just like him. I have to say the rather arrogant righteousness, while funny at first, wears a little thin. That's probably why the Times only ever gave him one… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2005 by cloud9 (31 reviews written)
The world according to Clarkson takes you on a journey of discovery into the 21st century, and has you looking at the modern day world through Jeremy Clarksons eyes. He manages to say exactly what the rest of us think but are too afraid to voice. Every page will have you in stitches. I couldn't put it down. The book contains various amusing articles that he has written over the years, covering topics such as technology, men and their capabilities, football, and education, to name but a few… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2011
This book is a amazing read I couldn't stop. My girlfriend even told me that I was addicted to the book. It is a fun filled thrill ride all the way from cover to cover.He really over does it he has a way of turning even the most sad moment into a laughing fit to remember. I partially liked the part where he trys and fails to blow a seal up, he literally used every thing i could think off to blow it up, gunpowder, petrol, oil. This book should be read by every unhappy person on this planet. This… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2008
Hilarious can dip in and out or read all night. A brilliant funny book we all know Clarkson likes to voice his thoughts, now he's unstoppable… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/09/2008 by biggie85 (1 review written)
Fantastic read. Touching on subjects many would consider not very important, but subjects we are all drawn in nonetheless. The books variance add's to its appeal with each page offering a completely different and even funnier topic than the one before it. Recommended to practically all reader's at all levels. It will leave you wanting more. Bring on Volume 3!… Read Full Review
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