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The Raggy Boy Trilogy

Advantages: Some funny parts
Disadvantages: Not like the film, poetry parts were like riddles to me

THE BOOKS This trilogy is 425 pages long. The first two books ‘Song for a Poor Boy’ (121 pages) and ‘Song for a Raggy Boy’ (112 pages) were first published in 1990. The final book ‘Song for a Fly Boy’ was then added to the first two to create the trilogy ...

bettyboop2002 18.09.2012 · Read full review
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Review of The Raggy Boy Trilogy - Patrick Galvin

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Ireland's No1- A true sporting legend

Advantages: Heartwarmingly honest
Disadvantages: None

Having just finished this book i have to tell you how superbly written it is. Paul McGrath and established sports journalist Vincent Hogan put together a great insight into McGraths emotionally charged life. All I remembered of McGrath from his footba ...

SamRoversNo1 23.08.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Back from the Brink: The Autobiography - Paul McGrath

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A footballing legend, & now a legendary book

Advantages: Well written, heart warming, shocking, fantastic footballer
Disadvantages: None

Paul McGrath, a fantastic footballer for Manchester Utd, Aston Villa, Derby County & with the Republic of Ireland who was troubled with the demons of alcoholism. What a shame as he could have easily been one of the best players the world had ever seen. No ...

gardnax 12.04.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Back from the Brink: The Autobiography - Paul McGrath

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Paul Mcgrath

Advantages: The Story line
Disadvantages: The book being finished

A indepth look into the mind of a heavily misunderstood man this book he really explains how much he loved football the day to day chaos in his lief and his unfortunate problems including alcoholism and some heartbreaking misfortune he experienced, With ...

djgard27 19.09.2008 · Read full review
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Real boobs, fake boobs, who cares? BOOBIES ARE BOOBIES!!

Advantages: An inside look to the real Jodie Marsh
Disadvantages: A bit too much of a kiss and tell

Fellow ciaooers, I know what your thinking! Jodie Marsh?? Why would you waste your time reading that book? She is so last year! Well the story has it, a few years ago as many of you might remember, there was a big fight between the famous Jordan and Miss ...

CharleneAndJohn 29.01.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Keeping it real - Jodie Marsh

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