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No one writes about cars like Jeremy Clarkson It s not about the cars Well it sort of is Eventually.But before Jeremy gets to the BHP, MPG and MPH, there are far important things to consider like not wasting your life using time saving gadgets Prince William in a Ronald McDonald outfit The exploration of outer space and Pete Townsend s G stringArmed onlyNo one writes about cars like Jeremy Clarkson It s not about the cars Well it sort of is Eventually.But before Jeremy gets to the BHP, MPG and MPH, there are far important things to consider like not wasting your life using time saving gadgets Prince William in a Ronald McDonald outfit The exploration of outer space and Pete Townsend s G stringArmed only with conviction, curiosity, enthusiasm and a pair of stout trousers, Jeremy hurtles around the world in search of answers without forethought or fear for his own safety What, you have to ask, could possibly go wrong .
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  • Brian Clegg says:

    If it's possible to take a dispassionate view, Jeremy Clarkson is a good newsprint writer, so I look forward to his books that are made up of collections of his columns.If I'm honest, the pure comment columns are better than the car reviews collected here. Clarkson is at his most excellent when allowed to flow unconstrained, without the limits of talking about a car. Admittedly even in a review he does manage usually to spend about half the word count talking about something else, but when we ge [...]

  • Margaret says:

    This is a 3.5 star read, but don't feel I want to mark it up to 4 start for several reasons.1. To much Piers Morgan bashing. It got very old very quickly and wasn't even vaguely funny.2. Much less humour than in previous books. Is Clarkson losing his punch? (And yes, the pun WAS intended).3. Last quarter of the book was as dull as dishwater.Only recommended for a rabid Jeremy Clarkson fan.

  • MwanamaliMari says:

    Not the best I've read but if I wanted more car reviews I would watch Top Gear. Thank You.

  • Malcolm Lau says:

    A collection of Clarkson's most humorous reviews for the Sunday Times, what more is there to say? His British wit and charm bring about a sensible chuckle or two, a perfect stop-and-start read for those reading on the go.

  • Fawaz Al says:

    It was a very good book. I absolutely liked the fact that it was mostly about cars and my favorite former Top Gear worker wrote it.It was very good from a man who is not a writer. He was extremely descriptive and made it very easy to picture what was happening. This was a fabulous book and I wish to read more of his books.

  • Carl Darley says:

    It's Jeremy Clarkson. If you love him, you'll love it. If you don't then read something else!

  • Phil says:

    Typical Jeremy irreverence for everything!

  • Sam Still Reading says:

    The title of Jeremy Clarkson’s latest collection of newspaper columns seems a little clairvoyant now looking back at how 2015 has unfolded for him. Initially, nothing could possibly go wrong, then everything did and now everything is (almost) good again. (I say almost because as a devotee of Clarkson/Hammond/May and their time on Top Gear, I need a new series on the TV). This book came into my life not long after I saw the trio do their fantastic live show (it’s better than Robbie Williams, [...]

  • Felix says:

    The good old orangutan, you either love him or hate him. I really liked this booked, I recommend reading "The Top Gear years" if you're going to read only one!

  • Barry Simiana says:

    I like Jeremy Clarkson. His onscreen persona is funny yet informative. As a writer, he has stories to tell in a way that makes you laugh but still take notice.Some say he is an egotistical, self important windbag with his head up his own arse. I disagree. What we have here is a man with a good grasp of the English language, an spot on sense of satire, a genuine affinity for carsa d an ability to hold people's attention whir just talking about stuff before hitting his point.Most of the articles r [...]

  • Lee Broderick says:

    After the nihilistic, navel-gazing tedium that was Is It Really Too Much To Ask? I was relieved to find Jeremy Clarkson back on form here. In fact, this is one of his best 'car' column collections yet, with some columns barely mentioning cars at all - whereas in the past around 40% of each column might have been dedicated to reviewing the car at hand in many of these columns it's even less than that.Irreverent, iconoclastic and funny. As ever with these books is something that you can pick up an [...]

  • Kristina says:

    This book reminds me how Clarkson turned a motoring show into a global phenomenon. He reviews cars in an emotional way everyone can understand (even if they then don't agree). Technical excellence is admired but is probably easier to achieve than charismatic appeal that will draw more people to a vehicle.

  • Fred Hughes says:

    Contains all short 2 to 3 page car reviews. Most of the reviews start off with Clarkson musing about something unrelated to the car being reviewed and then ends with his review.A lot of the vehicles reviewed are not sold in North America so that is an interesting bonus.Definatly a volume for Top Gear viewers

  • Chris says:

    Unfortunately this was probably the worst of the Clarkson books that I've read. I generally enjoy his writing and find him funny. However I only laughed two or three times throughout the book and even then it was only a little chuckle.His random articles on the world are far more entertaining than the articles on car reviews.

  • Kifflie says:

    Jeremy is truly at his best when he's writing car reviews. Sure, he gets in a political jibe here and there, but mostly he's just trying to tell what he feels about a car using language that people can understand. And he does it like nobody else. Truly enjoyable.

  • Timo says:

    A really heavy reading this one. So many car reviews in a row. But if you skip and hop through those, this is mighty funny book. I like Clarkson's witty and sarcastic way of expressing things.

  • B. Nash says:

    Clarkson always makes me laugh. I have read so many of these that I am starting to pick up on the British cultural cues and I think I'm developing an accent.

  • Palmyrah says:

    Well, you either love him or hate him. Though he does get a bit repetitious when you read him all collected like this.

  • Mohamed Husain says:

    Typical Jeremy Clarkson Swag and silly Banter !!!!!Entertaining read !!!

  • Alex says:

    I swear to god if Clarkson gets booted off Top Gear I will piss and moan like an impertinent jerk

  • Sean says:

    It's car reviews and it's funny. What more could a gearstick want?

  • João Agostinho says:

    Excelente para ler no verão

  • Robert Newell says:

    An large collection of car reviews written by Clarkson in The Times newspaper. Very funny and enjoyable to read.

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