This should be prescribed reading!
Spare sweeps behind the scenes of Prince Harry's troubled life to give us an amazing glimpse into the real world of a prince: the privilege, the fame, the adventures alongside the doubts, endless questions, hurt and the constant contradictions of his existence. Some of it is just eye-popping in its content.
In a truly engaging narrative, Harry takes us chronologically through some frank admissions, through key developments of his growth and maturity, and the angs of being a perpetual shadow to his brother in a cold, emotionless environment, devoid of hugs and love. This is a story without apologies or fear, told in a way that makes the book difficult to put down once you start it, because it gives the incredible feeling of knowing the person without knowing him at all, as he gradually reveals himself. It's nothing like the negative hype in the press.
There's something in it for every reader, no matter who they are. I would read 10 books by Harry. He's a natural storyteller, trying to find his own way and truths underneath the different layers of pain. This should be prescribed reading!
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