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Life: Keith Richards
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Keith Richards
Even though he didn't actually write it himself, the voice and vernacular are all Keith. Particularly fascinating when describing London after the war.

Dylan Jones - 24/07/2012
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Chronicles: v. 1
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Bob Dylan
Dylan dips in and out of his own life as though he is calling up clips on Youtube and then writing the back story for them almost as an afterthought. Magnificent. Why can't we have one every Christmas?

Dylan Jones - 24/07/2012
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Running in the Family
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Michael Ondaatje
 
A sparkling memoir of the author’s return to the Sri Lanka of his youth. With gorgeous prose, Ondaatje explores the impossibility of regaining the past, and the wistful satisfaction one can take in thus reinventing it. A book I keep rereading.

Teju Cole - 12/09/2012
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Quartered Safe Out Here
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George MacDonald Fraser
 
I adore the Flashman series, but this autobiographical account of a young man's war against the Japanese is one of the best books to emerge from World War Two.

Bernard Cornwell - 26/09/2013
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