A. A. Gill Is Awayby A. A. Gill
Every weekend A.A. Gill entertains readers of the "Sunday Times" with his biting observations on television and his unsparing, deeply knowledgeable restaurant reviews. He is one of a tiny band of must-read journalists and it is always a disappointment when the words "A.A. Gill is away" appear at the foot of his column. This book is the fruit of those absences: 22 long travel pieces that belie his reputation as a mere style journalist and master of vitriol.
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This book is very disappionting,a mishmash of rehashed old columns,thinly written ,with a smug self consciousness. I'm not sure why the author thinks we would want to re-read a pile of stuff which wasn't funny or even interesting in the first place. Bought for me as a gift ,I am in the unfortunate position of not knowing which shop to return it to!