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The Difficult Second Book
Superman was a hero. Clark Kent was a geek. Spiderman saved lives. Peter Parker sold photographs to his local paper. Chris Moyles entertains 8 million people each week on BBC Radio 1. Then he goes home and plays Xbox on his sofa, wearing only his underpants. Welcome to the real world of Chris Moyles. This audiobook tries to get to the bottom of the double life of this awar ...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published October 4th 2007 by Ebury Press
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As with the first it's comical and entertaining if you like the chap. It's not an extraordinary autobiography but it's a quick and easy read and gives you some laughs along the way. I was surprised with both books how down-to-earth Chris comes across. The only thing he seems arrogant about (or should that be self-assured...No I think we'll stick with arrogant!) is his radio skills - and why not, he's an excellent DJ. Other than that he seems quite normal really. Like I said before - like the cha ...more
Jan 07, 2012 Michael rated it really liked it
Found this a good read. It borrowed from Moyles's first book, "The Gospel According to Chris Moyles : The Story of a man and his mouth," for a couple chapters. I enjoyed "Guest Diary" chapters, "My Life Through the Brit Awards" and "Enemy Number One." As with the radio show I found myself laughing out loud at many of the stories.
if you like Chris Moyles, then this gives you an insight in to his sometimes bizarre, sometimes normal life. To me he comes across as being very down to earth, and has a love of computer games. I reckon he would be a good guy to have a pint with. Easy to pick up book, which didnt take me long to get through.