Book Reviews: Booky Wook 2: This Time It’s Personal by Russell Brand


As mentioned in my previous post, life sure did get hectic for me over the past few months and although I did some reading (not as much as I would like) I did not take the time to get on here to write the reviews. I thought about it a lot if that counts for anything, then it got to the point where it had been so long since I had written that it seemed impossible to get started writing the reviews. Then there is the problem of remembering both the names of the books I read as well as what I thought of them. I will do my best to catch myself up and get myself to the 1/4 cannonball goal for 2013.

I had rather enjoyed his first book, and reading over that review it seemed I felt at the time that the second was not quite as good. I had written that before I had finished reading it, but as I recall I didn’t love it but it wasn’t too bad either. I really think now that I would read another book of his, but I think that he should steer clear of the auto-biographical matters and just write essays about topics that interest him or relevant current events that would both educate people as well as lend his unique sense of humour to.

I was lucky enough to see his live show this year (we had to sneak out of a wedding to go but it was worth it). I guess you could say I am a dedicated fan of him now and look forward to seeing what he does next.


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