SOMEBODY SOMEDAY (2001) - Reviews
'if it's an inside track on Robbie you're after, this is it
... Somebody Someday is a welcome step up from the usual celebrity
tat. David Beckham tried to do it with My World, but while his
book looked pretty, it had nothing to say. You'll find plenty
to chew on here.'
'well-written and informative diary of the tour as well as an
honest and open account of his life and aspirations'
'this is Robbie away from the media glare and confiding as he
never has before ...as a snapshot of the real Robbie at this
point in his life, it's fascinatingly candid.'
'A read supreme ...contains plenty of wonderfully frank Thoughts
Of Chairman Rob on such matters as his multiple addictions,
his sexuality and his scary fans. Like the man himself - a good-looking,
sexy, funny book.'
'a brill new Robbie Williams book that takes the reader into
the heart of the Robster's life ... opens the door to what Robbie
gets up to on tour, his mood swings, pre-show panics, everything
... one of the best reads of the year'
'Robbie fans would buy this whatever the quality, but it's a
genuinely well-written and enjoyable journey through a few whirlwind
months of a true star'
'the book's a good reflection of the man himself, good-looking
and entertaining, but maybe more slickly stage-managed than
they'd have you believe'
(NOTTINGHAM EVENING POST)