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  • Published: 1 April 2005
  • ISBN: 9780091897543
  • Imprint: Ebury Press
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 544
  • RRP: $19.99

Feel

Robbie Williams



Paperback of 2004's massive Christmas bestseller. The best-written, most gut-wrenchingly honest, stomach-achingly funny book ever written about music, fame and the whole damn thing...

The publication of Feel: Robbie Williams by Chris Heath in September 2004 caused shockwaves of controversy and delight. Not only was its publication trumpeted in tabloids, on TV and the radio, but it was also critically lauded by the broadsheets. Finally, a book had been written on the subject of celebrity and the modern world which had intelligence, honesty and humour.

Written by Chris Heath, who spent nearly two years working with Robbie on this book, every word is imbued with Robbie's humour, charisma, talent, memories and complexity. But more than ever before, this book tells the truth about his extraordinary life. You may have seen his face a million times, heard his music every day, followed him from the beginning of Take That, but this is a man with some serious surprises in store.

After years of rumour and lies, the complete, intimate story of Robert P. Williams had been written.

This is a groundbreaking book.

  • Published: 1 April 2005
  • ISBN: 9780091897543
  • Imprint: Ebury Press
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 544
  • RRP: $19.99

About the author

Chris Heath

Chris, an investigative news writer, has written for Rolling Stone, Details, Telegraph and Sunday Times, amongst many others. His subjects have varied from Madonna and Lisa Marie Presley to politicians, murderers and artists.

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Praise for Feel

A phenomenal piece of journalism... an absorbing essay on fame and the music industry

Observer

Perceptive, sympathetic and sometimes shocking. It is also - because Williams is a genuinely amusing man - wonderfully funny

Sunday Telegraph

The most lustrous and scrupulously observed anatomy of the madness of top-flight 21st century celebrity existence that it has ever been my deep joy to read

Independent on Sunday

It's all there, the inside story that the fans have guessed at and the tabloids have done their best to invent...Until Mrs Williams finally does appear, nobody is going to get closer to Robbie than this

Sunday Times

Feel is far too good to be confined to Robbie Williams fans. It is one of the great documentaries of our time - a brillianly observed account of what it feels like to live in the bubble of fame... the excellence of this book so absorbingly conveys what it feels like to be a pop star

Sunday Telegraph

The definitive book on Robbie Williams

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