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    Chris Masters(Author)

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  • PDF | 624 pages
  • Chris Masters(Author)
  • Allen & Unwin (2007)
  • English
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  • By Stephen Walker on July 28, 2013

    Once again Chris Masters has done a fabulous job in writing and exposing Alan Jones for what he really is. I can not stand listening to Alan Jones on radio or hearing his political orations for the Liberal Party. Masters' book identifies for me the personality type and demeanor of Alan Jones putting the spotlight on just why I detest Jones whose life is a total lie.I appreciated the research undertaken by the author Chris Masters in order to draw his observations of Jones.

  • By Robert A Algie on December 30, 2016

    Interesting read that highlights the interplay between media and politics. Masters has worked hard to draw light to a complicated individual.

  • By Peter Quick on October 27, 2012

    With all the recent controversy surrounding Jones, it was timely to read this book, which is an exhaustive biography of this man. And it shows in stark detail how he has been the same bully, liar, sycophant, and borderline paedophile that he has now been exposed to be.A very thorough book, well-written and tightly constructed.

  • By Barbara A. Baker on December 22, 2012

    Chris Masters has researched his subject (the political influence achieved by a mediocre ratbag with messianic delusions) like a historian and has written it like a good journalist.

  • By Geoffrey Baker on October 29, 2012

    Chris Masters book,"Johnstown",reveals,in meticuloud detail, the life of controversial Australian broadcaster, Alan Jones. It is a well written and focuses on the astonishing life and lifestyle of Australia's premier radio talk-back star and rugby coach.

  • By diana taylor on May 7, 2014

    Interesting looking back at history. Reinforced my negative opinion of Alan Jones horrifying information on influence on politicians and policy

  • By Mike on December 30, 2013

    Definitely a book to read if your a sydneysider. Informative, interesting and gives an insight into the man behind the microphone and perhaps what formed his persona.

  • By Brenda Kovacevic on April 23, 2014

    Well-written & thoroughly researched, Jonestown, goes a long way towards explaining the contradiction & enigma that is Alan Jones. Brilliant.

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