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Spare by Prince Harry Duke of Sussex

Spare by Prince Harry Duke of Sussex

Prince Harry tell-all memoir has gone rogue. Shocking reveal, insulting, explosive, this memoir sure made it to the headlines.

Exposing the royal family like never before, released on the 10th of January 2023, ghostwritten by J.R. Moehringer and published by Penguin Random House. The memoir opened at a record-setting sales pace, Sky News described it as "the fastest-selling non-fiction book ever". It has a rating of 3.69/5 on goodreads at the time when this article was written. Throughout 410 pages "For the first time, Prince Harry tells his own story, chronicling his journey with raw, unflinching honesty. A landmark publication, Spare is full of insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-won wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief" goodreads.

Why was it called Spare? This is the nickname bestowed on Harry in infancy. He was the to be the second-born “Spare” to the “Heir,” his older brother William, future Prince of Wales.

The Prince who left the Royal family to avoid being in the spotlight and being preyed by the press, made a strong comeback and managed to be the "talk of the world".

Some of the press titles that were published:
Spare review: The weirdest book ever written by a royal - BBC
Review of Prince Harry's Memoir Spare - Why Prince Harry Hates the Media in Spare - Town & Country Magazine
Oh, brother. Harry's full story of trauma, feuds, and dysfunction - Sydney Morning Herald
Spare: Which royal has come out best in the book fallout? - BBC
Harry's insulting portrayal of the Queen - News.com.au
Prince Harry - live: King Charles ‘must be furious’ over nicknames for royal aides - Independent
Prince Harrys Spare is like reading Hitler’s Mein Kampf - The News International
Why Prince Harry thinks King Charles III is just like Prince Philip - Hello Magazine

We can't wait to receive Spare at bookends. Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts about the book, would you be interested in reading it?

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