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Recensieoverzicht Elton John’s memoir is not a jankverhaal’

As a part of the turbulent life of the british singer Elton John has already been discussed at length in the film, the Rocket Man, but for Me, the first to the end of the 72-year-old Briton, who on Tuesday will appear, he reveals more about his personal life and his career. Many reviewers are very positive about the memoir, in which the singer is no detail mentioned later.
Rolling Stone gives you no stars

“At the end of the book, and reveals to John that he has recently been cured of prostate cancer, and that he was diagnosed just before the start of afscheidstour me. He was able to bring this news to himself, despite the fact that, during the treatments, the burden was on physical ailments, such as weakening of the bladder.”

“In a vivid passage, he explains that he’s singing Rocket Man in Las Vegas, his pee was not able to stop peeing in a diaper. This is not a story that a lot of people to be with someone to share them – let alone that they would tell us, in their memoirs, but John has never been one that has its own secrets to keep. To Me, it is a must-have for anyone who is interested in the difficult road he has traveled.”

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The New York Times gives a very

“This is not a jankverhaal. Even the treurigste sections of black humor. This is how John is and how he is on a tough morning to discover that he was the previous night, the orange has rolled into Bob Dylan, because he’s so bad in the games, the hints.”

“This book has been written with the help of a music critic, Alexis Petridis, who is a regular with the John consulation, and his stories are heard, and as a narrator for the John he created. It’s a joy to finally have something to be able to read it from the man that so many of Bernie Taupins (the schrijfpartner that a lot of the lyrics for John’s music, ed. the words to life.”

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“The Independent” — four out of five stars

“The Rocket Man star, talks about his depression (which he cites remind one of a multiple suicide attempts), drug addiction, broken relationships, and his prostaatkankerdiagnose, but asking the readers here to be part of compassion. He is warm and jovial, and he was assisted by Petridis (who is John the next 3.5 years working on the book).”

“It’s great to see an artist that is both successful on a private as well as on carrièregebied, and that the road is not lost, as some of his colleagues. “The best thing about the rock’n’ roll is that someone like me, a star can be, ” writes John. To Me, it is a convincing proof, that, This, John, this is the reason the earth has been put on hold.”

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