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Where Did It All Go Right?: Growing Up Normal in the 70s Paperback – 4 Mar 2004
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"This is a book to indulge in, the literary equivalent of Horlicks before bed, guaranteed to leave you feeling all warm inside" (The Observer)
"A lovely tongue-in-cheek memoir...a wonderful antidote to all those tales of childhood woe pouring from the presses; read and enjoy" (Publishing News)
"A welcome visitor into any home that houses a Nick Hornby or a Tony Parsons." (Glasgow Herald)
"An unashamed nostalgia fest . . . comic gold." (Time Out)
"Warm moments . . . thanks to the author's grasp of the anecdote." (Word)
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However the book is sections of his teenage years diary but the diary of someone that had nothing major happen to them growing up. Like reading Anne Frank's diary but stopping before the invasion.
There is definitly a feeling of nostalgia for lost tv programs, films toy and sweet. And whilst recognising similar events in my own life but with different names isnt enough to make an interesting book.
However unless you have a specific reason to read this or you love Northampton (especially in 1983) then nothing more than an average read.
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