Jeremy Clarkson

4 Jeremy Clarkson Recommended Books

Jeremy Clarkson is a British television presenter, journalist and writer. He is widely known for presenting the BBC motoring show Top Gear from 1988-2015. Clarkson has written for numerous car magazines, and released his own compilation of books about cars. He has become a popular culture icon for his outspoken and controversial comments. Clarkson has also hosted the game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

4 Books recommended by Jeremy Clarkson

Losing the Battle, Winning the War

Losing the Battle, Winning the War

How We Can All Defy The Odds We're Given

Author :Ben Parkinson

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"A great and inspiring book from Doncaster’s bravest son. Read it in a day." - Jeremy Clarkson [Source]

In Search of Genghis Khan

In Search of Genghis Khan

Author :Tim Severin

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"A very good book." - Jeremy Clarkson [Source]

Humans

Humans

A Brief History of How We F*cked It All Up

Author :Tom Phillips

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"This book is brilliant. Utterly utterly brilliant. Apart from the epilogue which is idiotic." - Jeremy Clarkson [Source]

Matterhorn

Matterhorn

A Novel of the Vietnam War

Author :Karl Marlantes

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"If [this book] is not the best book ever written, what is?" - Jeremy Clarkson [Source]

FAQs

Q1: How does Jeremy Clarkson recommend books?

Jeremy Clarkson recommends books via his blog and webpage articles which are frequently updated with the books he likes.

Jeremy Clarkson recommends a variety of books including historical, thrillers, and non-fiction.

The books typically cover a range of genres such as humour, drama, fantasy, and science fiction.

Yes. He provides ratings out of five stars which are thoroughly explained on his website.

No, there does not appear to be a direct way for readers to submit book recommendations to Jeremy Clarkson. As a popular TV host and columnist, he likely receives a high volume of suggestions already. Clarkson occasionally mentions books he is reading or recommends in articles and social media posts, but does not seem to solicit recommendations.