Celebrity book reviews?

Published on: 24 Rhagfyr 2015 Author: James Doherty

Image courtesy of Baileys Women's Prize for FictionWe really like hearing your opinions when it comes to books.

Over 10,000 books can be found on our bookfinder, and many of you decide to tell us what you think about the current book you're reading.

 

But while we were looking through our review/comment archive we found some very interesting gems. It appears a number of celebrities and high profile people have left comments regarding the books they like. The only problem is we can't be 100% sure it's the actual celebrity in question.

We're sure the likes of Emily Blunt, Ginny Weasley and Napoleon all do like a good read while juggling their busy schedules, but are these reviews genuine - what do you think?

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt

A lovely review of a popular book, but was it really left by Miss Blunt? Her sister is a literary agent after all...

Ginny Weasley

Ginny Weasley

Not being a real person shouldn't stop you from reading - Harry Potter's Ginny Weasley is eagerly awaiting a Rooftoppers sequel.

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney
Apparently the Manchester United striker is a man of few words, although he is a fan of Boffin Boy - he must get a through a few books while travelling to and from away games.

Harry Potter

Harry Potter

First Ginny, now Harry. It must be hard being a master wizard - reading must help him decompress of an evening.

Napoleon

Napoleon

This is very impressive - not only does the French military leader show his more paternal side with his choice of book, but he also leaves a review for a book that was released 163 years after his death.

Can't Say

Can't Say

Speculation is rife in the BookTrust office over who this person is - they're obviously so high-profile they can't leave their name. Glad to see they're a keen reader though.

Little Britain

Little Britain

This comment was left on our 100 best children's books news item, although it appears the Little Britain duo (David Walliams and Matt Lucas) are comparing great books with breakfast items - we've all done it.

Voldermort

Voldermort

Harry Potter characters do love a good book. But poor old Voldermort - he just loves to hold a grudge. Let it go!

 

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