Anything Goes: My Autobiography
Publish date: April 28th 2008
Publisher: Michael O'Mara
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
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Series: John Barrowman Memoirs (#1)
How can you not love John Barrowman? Well even if you don't he certainly loves himself and he's got a damned good reason to. He's talented and has a heart. He's also unapologetic about his sexuality and his enthusiasm for life in general.This isn't literature but it's surprisingly well written. He k...
The Book Report: The life and times of fabulous Captain Jack Harkness, I mean I mean JOHN BARROWMAN of course I do, silly me to get the two confused, he of the TV show Torchwood, in all his dimpled and smiling glory. With butt shots. Two.My Review: One knows what one is getting with celebrity memoir...
I'm going to be frank here. I love John Barrowman. My friend, Adam, pushed me to read his book, namely because I kept badgering him to show me what was so funny when we sat in the library and he kept bursting into fits of giggles. I'm so pleased he let me borrow his copy and read it last year, befor...
I decided I loved this book when Barrowman started his autobiography with a recap of a Matrix-style wall vault on a busy street, inadvertently almost taking out an old lady.It's a coming out story, a work-hard-and-be-beautiful story, and a tale about a kid who loves to dance. Granted, the actor seem...