Dear Me: A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self - Joseph Galliano Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847377661 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Joseph Galliano / Hardcover / 128 Pages / Book is published 2009-10-15 by Simon & Schuster Ltd
Newest Review: ... of the texts showed the book to be really interesting on first glance. It is all about celebrities writing to their 16 year ... more
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by - written on 02/01/11 (Somewhat useful, 11 readings)
...once! I got this book as a gift and initially thought it was a great idea. I'd heard of almost all of the celebrities writing in it and the different layouts of the texts showed the book to be really interesting on first glance. It is all about celebrities writing to their 16 year old selves and giving them advice. Unfortuntely I don;t think a 16 year old would read it and would probably find it a little dull so perhaps it does not reach the audience it would be most useful for. Obviously the celebrities you will find the most interesting are the ones you know the best and indeed they are a good read (I would spoil it by telling you which ones are the best other . Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I first heard about this book on tv a couple of years ago when it was first published and mentioned it to my best friend and fellow dooyooer Clur bur. We have had many discussions over a drink about what we would do differently if we could return to our younger days and what we wish we knew back then that we know now. The book comes in hardback and currently retails at £12.99 with at least £1 from every sale going to the Elton John Aids foundation. Recently it was my bithday and I received this book as a gift. This book comprises of 64 letters written by a number of successful people including popstars, authors, bafta winners, actors and comedians to ... Read the complete review
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