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The Insider At The Record Breaking Age Of 28 Piers Morgan Was Made Editor Of The News Of The World, The UK S Biggest Selling Sunday Newspaper The Decade That Followed Was One Of The Most Tumultuous In Modern Times, A Period In Which We Witnessed The Self Implosion Of The Tories, The Rise Of New Labour, The Royal Family Brought To Its Knees By Scandal And Tragedy, Horrific News Events Like Dunblane, September 11, And The War In Iraq Alongside A Seemingly Endless Supply Of Fantastically Entertaining Sport And Celebrity Gossip Throughout The Period He Later Moved To The Mirror, Infamously Deciding To Take It Upmarket And Stand Alone In Making The Paper Anti War He Kept Detailed Diaries Of What Happened, As It Happened Recording Encounters And Escapades With The Key Figures Involved, From Murdoch To Blair, Diana To The Beckhams.


About the Author: Piers Morgan

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10 thoughts on “The Insider

  1. says:

    I hate to admit it, but this is the best book I ve read for ages A fascinating insight into the life of a newspaper, of the Blair government, of London in the Eighties and Nineties, of celebrity life in general..Piers knew everyone who was anyone it seems, and was able to write about it in a witty and engaging way He is a


  2. says:

    This book was OK, and had some interesting parts, but I bought it thinking it would beabout celebrity gossip than anything else given that the cover is full of celebs It focused too much on politics for my liking Also Piers does not come across in th...


  3. says:

    Piers Morgan comes across as one of the most self centred braggarts in a world filled with egos, but it s hard to ignore that this is a work of pure bravado and one that keeps you hooked consistently His follow ...


  4. says:

    God he s bloody annoying but his account as editor of a top tabloid makes for fascinating reading at a time when exclusives were happening every week and before the internet really took over breaking news Compelling, gossipy and light.


  5. says:

    Given the fact that the author is such an arrogant tosser, this was a surprisingly enjoyable read Written before he became the TV personailty he is now, it provides great insight into many of the major events of recent times from the point of view of the editor of a sleazy redtop newspaper.


  6. says:

    Have to admit, I laughed quite a bit reading this Snappy writing, lots of goss He s going to hell, of course


  7. says:

    A very interesting book


  8. says:

    Tittle tattle, the vibrant, smelly, lumpy morass that is the modern media That s it.


  9. says:

    Piers Morgan is not a popular guy I kinda like that in him I see a lot of him in myself I like the way the book starts with his sacking from The Mirror in 2004 by way of intro before swapping back to 1994 to start proper.The book reads like an ongoing soap opera as he displays his love hate relationship with so many luminaries and news makers From the many meetings he has with Tony Blair to t


  10. says:

    Everyone loves a bit of gossip, but not everyone loves Piers Morgan However, without the nation s lust for titillation, Morgan would have not become the successful Newspaper Editor he was and TV presenter he is The Insider is a diary of his newspaper years and was released relatively soon after his firing from The Mirror for publishing allegedly false photos of Iraqi prisoners being tortured The book


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