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- Listening Length: 6 hours and 10 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 29 Jun. 2011
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0058UXHL6
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What Not to Do (And How to Do It) Audiobook – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
So it seems I have two copies of the same book with different titles. Word of warning if you already have 'More Awkward Situations For Men' don't buy this! You've already got it!
Amazon maybe you could retitle this or mention it somewhere on the page? Surely I can't be the only one that has bought this book expecting to read a new collection of stories from Danny Wallace only to find it's an old book?
Wallace’s humour is often that of politeness; the petty feuds we have in our own heads as we see someone press the lift button again. Or it is humour of the absurd and relatable; is that a pair of old underpants trapped down my trouser leg? ‘More’ takes some of the best essays from Wallace’s writing for Shortlist magazine and puts them together into one. Most serial columnists seemed to have a scattergun approach to writing and the essays do not really relate, but seeing as Wallace’s main sources are himself, his family and his friends it almost has a narrative as we follow him through life.
There are some laugh out loud stories in this book that I related too. It does help that I am a fan, but it is clear to see by any neutral that he is talented writer whose natural style draws you in. Having read the majority of Wallace’s back catalogue I only wished that he were a more prolific writer.
This book is very funny-but also heart-warming as you can tell that Danny just wants to be a good husband and father. I think anyone struggling to be a "grown-up" will relate to this book!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good book from one of the funniest writers around in Danny Wallace.Published 18 months ago by Chris
Really funny, short anecdotes. Danny Wallace fans must have this in their collection.Published on 18 Feb. 2015 by elmomilo
I was reading this book, thinking this all seems really, really familiar. I knew all the stories, and had this niggle that I'd read it somewhere before. Read morePublished on 15 Dec. 2014 by Ryan Matthews
Great book, if you like Danny Wallace humour. Great for menPublished on 12 Nov. 2014 by MR J T PLATT
a very well written book that says exactly what we are all thinking but too scared to really admitted.Well done danny.Published on 25 Oct. 2014 by jamie
I've been reading this book lately on my commute to work. There have been many times where people have given me a side glance from laughing too loudly. Read morePublished on 24 Jun. 2014 by whole wheat
Another brilliant book from Danny Wallace. Did not stop laughing throughout. A must read... Couldn't put it down. Buy it!Published on 20 Jun. 2014 by Nikki Holt