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Vanished Years

Rupert Everett

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Biography: general, Prose: non-fiction

A triumphant follow-up to the classic bestseller RED CARPETS AND OTHER BANANA SKINS - fascinating, witty and endlessly entertaining.

Rupert Everett's first memoir - RED CARPETS AND OTHER BANANA SKINS - was an international bestseller and an instant classic on publication in 2006. Reviewers compared him to Evelyn Waugh, David Niven, Noel Coward and Lord Byron. But Rupert Everett is - of course - one of a kind.

Mischievous, touching and nothing less than brilliant, this new memoir is filled with stories, from childhood to the present. Astonishing encounters; tragedy and comedy; vivid portraits of friends and rivals; razor-sharp observations of the celebrity circus from LA to London and beyond. . . there is something extraordinary on every page.

A pilgrimage to Lourdes with his father is both hilarious and moving. A misguided step into reality TV goes horribly wrong. From New York to Moscow to Berlin to Phnom Penh, VANISHED YEARS takes the reader on a wild and wonderful new journey with a charming (and rather disreputable) companion.

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Praise for Vanished Years

  • Vanished Years, which strikes me as a little, instant classic in the memoir field, sets a new standard for actors who wish to put their lives on the line... beautifully written... - Independent - Nicholas De Jongh

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Rupert Everett

Rupert Everett first rose to fame in Another Country. Since then he has appeared in countless films and plays, including Shakespeare in Love, My Best Friend's Wedding, An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest. He played Oscar Wilde in The Judas Kiss to rave reviews. His first memoir, Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins, was a Sunday Times bestseller. His second, Vanished Years, has also become a classic, and won the Sheridan Morley prize for best biography in 2013.

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