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- Listening Length: 6 hours and 19 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 12 Sept. 2007
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002SQB314
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Without even reading it I can tell you it is completely rubbish - written by a moronic dullard and aimed at people with an IQ that would make a tadpole look intelligent. In fact fans of this book would probably worship a tadpole as their god.
Put it this way - anybody who enjoys the pathetic, inane ramblings of this overgrown zygote is in no danger of enhancing society or doing something worthwhile - a bit like Mr Moyles I suppose. I'd be surprised if anybody who enjoyed this book can actually open a pot of standard, supermarket brand yoghurt (any flavour) without getting help from an adult human.
A Muller fruit corner would be incomprehensible to them - let alone knowing what to do with it. In fact they should not be allowed to visit a zoo in case the zookeepers get confused as to whether a very basic life form has escaped from their research facility.
Utter tripe - however I bet Richard Hammond would find it a riveting read. In fact Davina McCawful actually recommends this which justifies everything I've said.
It's a shame you cannot hunt people with hounds anymore.
My husband received the book well on christmas morning and was looking forward to commencing his read later on that evening. As planned, he sat with his book and proceeded to digest the first few pages. I asked how it was and he answered "it's ok".
When we went to bed I took the book upstairs so that I myself could have a sneaky read. Well, I have never been so disappointed with a book before! The style of writing was childish and unimaginative with very basic sentences and turned potentially exciting stories into dull and boring tales. It turned out that my husband agreed but didn't initially want to hurt my feelings.
I would say that whoever you are, you should not write a book if you don't have the skills to do so. Perhaps Chris should have had a ghost writer after all?
Truly, reading really should be educational, or entertaining, or artistic. This is none of those three, and should never have seen the light of day. It pains me to think of genuine authors, who cannot be published because the market is saturated with this junk.
And it is you, reader, who is responsible, for actually buying this! I can only imagine this sort of guff will appeal to those of 'below average intelligence', like the man himself.