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How Not to Grow Up: A Coming of Age Memoir. Sort of. Paperback – 3 Mar 2011
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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)
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I would recommend this more to someone at a crossroads in their life as opposed to a Richard Herring fan as I think it's great in the first sense but disappointing in the latter.
Really, I wanted more dick jokes
What starts out as quite a sordid tale of the year Richard Herring turns forty becomes a very sweet tale by the end. Although it is a happy ending, I think the earlier chapters are funnier.
A lot of these anecdotes have been included in his recent tours and podcasts, but Richard's writing is very engaging. An easy, enjoyable read.
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