The House is Full of Yogis Paperback – 26 Mar 2015
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‘An affecting, and very funny, evocation of adolescence’ Telegraph
‘A My Family and Other Middle-Class Animals let loose in the jungle of Thatcher’s suburban Britain. The result is a howlingly entertaining memoir that is raw, affectionate and, unbelievably, true’ The Sunday Times
‘An utterly charming, funny and touching memoir’ Sathnam Sanghera, author of Marriage Material
‘I have been banned from reading in bed as it makes me laugh out loud too much … Punishingly funny, and wonderfully written’ Rachel Johnson, Mail on Sunday
‘A rip-roaringly funny read’ Viv Groskop, Red
‘Thoughtful, heartfelt and so well drawn … [It] deserves to become as well loved as My Family and Other Animals’ Travis Elborough, author of London Bridge in America
‘I laughed until I levitated’ Jarvis Cocker
The story of a childhood turned upside down--This text refers to the Hardcover edition. See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
I enjoyed observations such as Mum serving a takeaway that she had lovingly chucked into the microwave and my
eighteen year old son, who is now reading the book, confirmed the acute embarrassment that any teenager
would feel if their mother appeared on a prominent talk show proclaiming her celibacy and holding aloft her
international best seller "Sex is not Compulsory."
There is, however,more to the book than the humour and Mr Hodgkinson makes his observations without bitterness
toward his father to whom the Yogis refer or even toward his know all and dominant brother Tom. An excellent read
probably at a single sitting.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great read, having met the dad of the family once giving a talk it made it all the more real! Highly entertaining.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent humour and written poignantly. Heartwarming autobiographyPublished 4 months ago by Dr. Salkar
Enjoyable read but felt it was a little drawn out. Nearly gave up on the book half way through, but then it improved and enjoyed the second half.Published 11 months ago by 11Mrs. H. Seymour
I came to this book mistaking it for one by the author's brother Tom Hodgkinson, who I find to be a better writer all in all with more to say. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mr. Robert Marsland
So funny, great read. I live on my own and found myself laughing out loud.
Wonderful feeling for a book to do this.
Thank you to the author.
This is my first book review - ever, such is the quality of this read. Will Hodgkinson paints a very funny, poignant, touching and achingly accurate portrayal of growing up in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by dprodonnell
An easy read, alternative and enjoyable for a rainy day. Didn't get the laughs as expected from some of the previous reviews, but an honest account of a young boy's experience of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nicola Cook