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A thoroughly entertaining confessional... cheeky, self-deprecating and very human (Metro)
If you've ever secretly wondered when you're going to grow up, How Not To Grow Up is one for you... (Lauren Laverne Grazia)
Razor sharp and very funny (Shortlist Magazine)
The misadventures of an immature man in an adult worldSee all Product Description
I wasn't really sure what to expect when I started reading this book but found it really enjoyable. Richard Herring speaks with a blunt honesty about his romantic quests, his... Read morePublished 3 months ago by elaine kirkup
I admit to being a big fan of Richard Herring: his comedy, his podcasts and his book. It’s interesting to read about the man behind the comedy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MM
Awesome book for anyone approaching 40 .... or anyone who's not aswell. Therefore pretty much an awesome book really. Read.Published 7 months ago by C.Palmer
Richard Herring is an excellent writer, immensely silly while still extremely clever. This is a most enjoyable comic memoir which I'd heartily recommend.Published 7 months ago by Alan Brown
It was pretty good, enjoyable if you like Richard Herring. Terrible cover!Published 11 months ago by Kathleen Burke
This is ideal for anyone approaching their fortieth birthday with less than enthusiasm and also for those who have experienced this supposedly milestone birthday and now smugly... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sarah Tipper
Richard Herring quite clearly has funny bones. This is a witty book, interspersed with some truly touching moments. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robert A. Young