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Praise for NOT THE COSTELLO MEMOIRS 'This is one of the hardest reviews I will write. John Howard has been the finest prime minister Australia has ever had ... but this is a brilliant, lucid and powerful historical portrait ... compelling and accurate insight into the man who should have been PM.' Janet Albrechtsen, The Australian. 'Uninspiring ... perhaps the subject matter betrayed the author, for this is a vapid, dull affair ... It lacks the big picture and vision ... A squandered opportunity, full of promise that never delivers ...' Malcolm Turnbull. 'Fact is stranger than fiction here ... Imagine a deputy PM aspiring to the top job? Hilarious and witty ... I laughed so much my hair turned red.' Julia Gillard. 'Arguably the finest and most honest memoir that I've ever had read to me.' Pauline Hanson. 'This is the way history should be re-written ... An important addition to revisionist autobiography ... a first rate piece of denialism.' Keith Windschuttle. 'I'll be buggered if I'm going to dignify this adolescent puerile filth ... This type of low-level, back-door jiggery pokery will smear the good name of the Howard Government ...' Alan Jones. 'What makes this book so important is its breadth and depth ... sprightly written, often insightful in its judgements, and studded with nuggets that enhance the Costello saga.' Bindi Irwin. 'Sweetie ... it's just gorgeous. I read it in my PJs and just giggled like a little girlie.' Caroline Overington.
- Hardie Grant Books, September 2008
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