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Mally: Pt. 1: The Boy Who Flew Through Windows Paperback – 9 Jun 2006
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"Mally: The Boy Who Flew Through Windows" is the work of autobiography.
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The book tells the story of Mally, from his early years at “Number 11,” to his stint on “Deal or No Deal.” The book pulls no punches and tells of Mally’s battle to get out of his “Cave” into the rat race, literally. I will not spoil the story, but will say that the book will take you on a journey from start to finish. At one moment you are hit with the hard realities of an abusive father, then you hear a funny story, then it all turns into sadness, needless to say, you will laugh, cry, and be thankful for what you have.
A brilliant read and thoroughly recommended.
It's told in typical Mally fashion and is hilarious in parts. However you do learn in graphic detail about his torrid upbringing and how he lived in fear of his father.
It's clear that Mally is a survivor and the very fact that this book is a best seller demonstrates the character of a man who looked down and out more than once in his life.
An essential read for anyone who knows of Mally or indeed anyone who loves a story of triumph over adversity.
I look forward to part two and three..