The first part of Chris Evnas' autobiography. From childhood, following his dreams of working in radio, his rise to stardom up to the purchase of Virgin Radio.
This autobiography feels like an honest account from Chris Evans. He is not afraid to admit his mistakes (of which there have been quite a few!) and he tells of how hard work, determination and a bit of luck have all helped him along the way.
The book is well paced and has a good mix of serious and amusing stories. I like the way that the chapters are started of with "Top Tens", the number one then leading onto the main story for that chapter.
I'm looking forward to part two "Memoirs of a Fruitcake" when it's released in paperback.