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  • [A] touching testament to their lifetime's work, a delightful bedtime story for the Smash Hits generation.

    Best Music Books of 2020, Sunday Times
  • [P]romises to be one of the most entertaining celebrity memoirs of the year

    i paper
  • A blast.

    Metro
  • [I] really enjoyed it. The thing that really shines through is the friendship. It's an extraordinary shared life.

    Fi Glover
  • Bananarama's captivating new memoir is named after their second hit single, Really Saying Something, but the group's incredible story is better encapsulated by their first: It Ain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It).

    i News

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