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Booky Wook 2

Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal
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Author Russell Brand
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Memoir
Publisher Harpercollins
Publication date 30 September 2010 (hardback)
Media type Print (hardcover)
Pages 311
ISBN ISBN 978-0-00-729882-2 (hardcover)
OCLC Number 302057286
Preceded by My Booky Wook

Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal is the second memoir, written by English comedian and actor Russell Brand, published on 30 September 2010 by HarperCollins.

Chapters

Like its predecessor, Booky Wook 2 is divided into four sections. The memoir is dedicated to Katy Perry, whom Brand married the month after its publication.

Part I

  1. Like A Rolling Stone
  2. New Musical Expletive
  3. Big Brother's Big Risk
  4. Enter Sandman
  5. Digital Manipulation
  6. No Means NOooo
  7. Take Me To Your Leader
  8. The Happiest Place On Earth
  9. Human Yoghurt

Part II

  1. Seriously, Do You Know Who I am
  2. Hawaii Not?
  3. It's What He Would've Wanted
  4. Hey Pluto!

Part III

  1. They Never Forget
  2. Come On, Darling, We're Leaving
  3. Opportunity Sucks
  4. He's From Barcelona

Part IV

  1. Mummy Helen
  2. The Last Autograph
  3. Boner Fido
  4. Bottle Rocket

Reception

Critical

Giving the book an A-, Entertainment Weekly said that "those who were charmed by Brand's previous Booky Wook, which chronicled his early days, should be similarly entranced by this devilishly hilarious roundup of his fame-era shenanigans."[1]

References

External links

  • press release
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