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User Review  - Ceiteag - LibraryThing

Well, it certainly reads like Ramsey wrote it himself. There was no ghostwriter. This is a very very short book, but interesting if you want to know more about his life up to now. Read full review

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User Review  - Eamonn12 - LibraryThing

When Montaigne met his King, Henry told him he liked his book. "Then," replied Montaigne, "your Majesty must needs like me, for I am my book". And Gordon Ramsey could say the same about 'Humble Pie ... Read full review

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User Review  - mumoftheanimals - LibraryThing

Gordon Ramsay is not a great writer but he does manage to write well enough to convey the essence of his puppy rotweiller personality movingly and his story - Glasgow abused child to billionaire chef ... Read full review

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User Review  - geertdb - LibraryThing

It considered it a good read, not because it was such a good book, but because it gave me a good background on Gordon Ramsay. And this is what biographies should do. It was written in a style which you can expect from the master chef with the F-word on his "toque" :-). Read full review

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Humble pie
I love hell's kitchen and love Gordon, as a fellow scot I have to say that we Glaswegians are not as bad as he makes us out to be, I would like to think that as times are harder for the
country as a whole, maybe he could try to help out his ain folk by doing summit for this great city n her people. U won't find anywhere as friendly as Glasgow . I am proud of my city n my ain folk. Good luck to Gordon n his family. 


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