|Someone Like Adele|
|Book by Caroline Sanderson|
|Illustrator||Jacqui Black (picture research)|
|Published||June 1, 2012|
Someone Like Adele (sometimes stylized as Someone Like... Adele) is an unauthorized biography about Adele, written by Caroline Sanderson, with picture research done by Jacqui Black. The book was published on June 1, 2012, by Omnibus Press. The book's title is a reference to Adele's hit song, "Someone Like You."
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|“||Here is the story behind the incredible success of this talented young British singer-songwriter whose is now beloved around the world.
This book details Adele's upbringing as the child of a single mother in North London and her time at the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology where her peers included Leona Lewis. This account covers her signing with XL Records and being voted the Brit Awards Critics' Choice before her debut album was even released, and her breakthrough performance in the US on Saturday Night Live.
Features exploration of her songwriting inspirations and her diverse influences. Delves into her battles with stage fright and laryngitis.
A must-read for fans new and old.