The Perpetual To Read Pile (As it never ends, not because I'm Perp!)

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Tim James
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There is not to much to review in a book like this.

It is a direct transcript of some of the Irish comedian’s most funny monologues. They are arranged in a rather simple but effective manner, following the path of life, from childhood through to death (and the afterlife).
Each section is introduced by a short text piece talking about Dave Allen’s views and thought on the particular time in his life, what he was doing at the time and what made him think about that time of his life, giving a little bit of perspective.

If you are a fan or someone who remembers the comedian, you will have no problem as you read through the tales, you will snigger and laugh and perhaps come to an appreciation of how good he was, if not you might be interested and appreciative, but I do not think it would have been as funny if you did not have the image in your head and hear that voice on your shoulder.
 
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