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Memoirs of a Fruitcake: Billie, Breakfast and Beyond | Hardback

Author: Chris Evans | Format: Hardback

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  Very Entertaining Read.

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Memoirs of a Fruitcake is the second autobiography from TV/Radio personality Chris Evans. This book details his wild years from 2000 to 2010.

This is a really fast read. Evans has plenty of showbiz stories and tells them with humour and honesty. This was the most crazy and wild decade in Evans life and he's not afraid to talk about the mistakes he made.

His marriage to Billie Piper, drinking with Gazza, romance with Geri from the Spice Girls, becoming an overnight multi millionaire, the drinking problems, the decline of his career, his disappearance from the spotlight and his eventual return to take over the Radio 2 Breakfast show. Its all in here and its very entertaining.

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  Worth A Read

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This book is a very good read but it felt a bit rushed compared to the first book which was a great book.

  Great follow up to 'It's Not What You Think'

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I'm always a bit dubious about follow-up books but Chris Evan's second installment of his biography is easy to read and incredibly interesting. This book covers the absolute highs and then his big crash to real lows - all told with incredible honesty. Whether you're a Chris Evans fan or not it's a fascinating read.

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  The Cuckoo

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This is the book to buy if you have ever wanted to find out how to snatch other peoples jobs from under their noses, and to be able to do it with a smile.
Chris (the cuckoo) Evans has proven once again that ruthless naked ambition will always succeed, no matter how many corpses he leaves behind him

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