Someone Like Adele


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Media: Book
Artist: Adele
Catalogue #: OP54472
ISBN: 9781780383088
This Item Earns 28 Musicroom Points

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Adele is the 20-something London girl who has taken the world by storm. Topping the charts for weeks on end and winning consistent international critical acclaim, Adele already has a host of awards and record-breaking achievements to her name. Although she acknowledges influences as diverse as The Spice Girls and Etta James, Adele's unique brand of "heartbroken soul" - reflecting her own deep emotions and roller-coaster love life - is hers alone. In the image-obsessed world of pop music, Adele is also widely admired for her disarming honesty and her determination to do it her way, dressing to please herself, refusing offers to use her music in advertising and staying close to her friends and family. Feisty, funny and formidable, Adele is the grounded girl-next-door with the astounding voice of a diva and despite her phenomenal success, her best may well be yet to come. This is her story so far.



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Customer Rating I've been waiting to read this book and am not disappointed. Caroline Sanderson paints a thorough and good picture of Adele's amazing career. The book is not full of gossip and celeb trash stories, instead it is a substantial, well written account of Adele's brilliant talent, career and her personality - a good read for true fans!
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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 17/02/2012
Format: Biography
Length: 206 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Author: Caroline Sanderson

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