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‘One of the best celebrity memoirs of last year…his outsider geek personality translates just as well on the page as it does on TV.’ Metro
‘It livened up about half way through with the appearance of me. But enough of David's life. The book is wonderful from beginning to end.’ Robert Webb
'David Mitchell is an extremely funny man on screen, in person, in print and very probably underwater.' Sam Bain, co-writer of Peep Show
‘He can write’ Evening Standard
‘Fluent, discursive, intelligent.’ Evening Standard
‘If you like Mitchell on television, you will like him in this book.’ Shortlist
David Mitchell is a comedian, actor and writer. He stars in Peep Show, writes for the Observer, co-hosts 10 O'Clock Live, has appeared in every TV or radio panel show except Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Quote Unquote and A League Of Their Own and has been in two films neither of which made a profit. He is married, childless and the polysyllabic member of the double-act 'Mitchell and Webb'. Soon he will do more.
To be honest, I was looking forward to reading this as my only knowledge of David is what I'd seen him do on panel shows and the peep show (which was great and hugely funny) but... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mrs am
Pretty dull overall. Not a patch on what I expected from a very funny TV personality.Published 7 days ago by Martin Chard
I would almost like to give this book two reviews. One to say how much i liked it. Easy read (mostly) and enjoyable to learn about David's early school days. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Elizabeth Cole
Dissappointed. Like his stuff as a panelist and this started well enough but became tedious in the middle with page after page of luvvy name dropping.Published 28 days ago by Daddad
Someone bought me this for Christmas as a hard-back when it first came out but I never got round to opening it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roger Risborough