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Booky Wook 2 by Russell Brand
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Dec 13, 10

Read in December, 2010

I thoroughly enjoyed the first Booky Wook. I don't know how to really describe the change in tone of this one. Maybe Russell just got...i don't know...grosser? His womanizing becomes less charming when he isn't sat telling the anecdotes on a talk show. Now he's married and while I was really looking forward to some loquacious and flowery description of his "true love" and the end of his womanising ways, it was kind of eh. Well anyway he had some really great sentences here. To wit: "For a torturous ten stretch I hobbled through a steel and glass Hogarthian London with bandaged hands and bare feet, a destitute vagabond, and all the while within my ragged heart and agonised orb of white light hummed and sough its purpose."
Overall entertaining but...well, kinda gross.
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