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May I Have Your Attention, Please? by James Corden
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Jan 28, 2012

it was ok
Read from January 28 to 31, 2012

A quick easy read. Interesting to read about the trials of making it as an actor, and as a massive Gavin & Stacey fan, it was good to read about how it came about, and was written. However, I didn't like the tone of the book so much, everyone mentioned was one of his biggest idols, each film in his top 10, it was a little tedious, it sat between needy and arrogant, which was a little weird. The book felt as though it was rushed, and judging by how he mentions his son as a day old at the beginning, 2 days old a third of the way through - and going to collect him from hospital at the end, I am guessing it was written in a matter of days! It was a nice easy, quick read, but part of me wishes I hadn't read it at all, as I have aways loved James Corden, and this book almost made me see him in a different light. A quick view of the Gavin & Stacey boxset should put things right......

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