Through the Eye of a Needle is a brilliant account of his journey—illuminating, enchanting, and often extremely funny—arguing that the way we look at clothing influences the way we look at the environment, the economy, and life itself. Few books written in our soulless times have such potential to transform people’s minds so completely—while also making them laugh. His encounters are by turns humorous and enlightening. He meets BBC TV’s Jeremy Clarkson, Hollywood superstars Richard Gere and Daryl Hannah, spiritual teachers, politicians, call-center and sweatshop workers, artists, Transition Town leader Rob Hopkins, Prince Charles’s own Savile Row tailor, and many others.
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About the Author
John-Paul Flintoff is a well-known writer for Britain's best-selling paper, the Sunday Times, and a regular broadcaster. His writing has attracted compliments from the documentary maker Michael Moore, the stage and film director Richard Eyre, and the late Nobel Prize-winner Harold Pinter ("Very good, very funny . . . in fact, it made me laugh"). He has also worked as a bin man, scuba diver, poet, taxi driver, assistant undertaker, tailor, gardener, highwire window cleaner, very amateur boxer, and rat catcher.