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Bez, you can't fail to love the bloke!
on 27 July 2001
This book is the best read I've had in ages. Laugh out load? Of course I did. The common theme throughout the book is humour and on several occasions I was litterally rolling around on the floor with my sides splitting. Bez, the young scally from Salford made good, well sort of anyway. The book follows his life from birth to present day with the most attention not suprisingly paid to his time with the Monday's and the period just before he joined them. From knocking off golf equipment from a clubhouse, to working as a Morrocan tourist guide in the full north african attire Bez has done it all. And he did it all with the planning and appearance of a complete nutcase. I'm sure many have fallen by the wayside trying follow the same path as Bez but here's a man who made it. A man who stuck two fingers up at convention and made a name for himself as the nutcase from Manchester who took loads of drugs and played Marracca's in the band that was 'Madchester'. If you were there in '88, if your one of the chemical generation, if you wore a mustard yellow hooded top with baggy purple tracksuit bottoms or even if you just like a good story and good laugh this book is for you. Highly Reccomended.