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“The world according to Clarkson”

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 but it is still funny. Like he tells you how to make underwear last 4 days. This book include titles like, How Big Is The Mistake Your going to make, and A Quick Snoop Behind the Queens Net Curtains. The book covers things like, technology, football, education, and obviously cars.

I like Jeremy because he is just as funny when writing as he is when on TV. His sense of humor is funny enough too make even the most boring of people laugh. But if you don’t like Clarkson then you MAY not enjoy the book.

The only thing i can slate with the book is that is if you do not know much about the period 2001 till 2003 then you might not understand it. But anyway enjoy the book

Rhys Linge

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