August and been and gone, and I’m late again. August is very busy time of year for College’s as this is when the applications are coming in for September, and unlike schools, college’s don’t close over the summer!
This month’s theme is a book of Autumnal colours, the official read is How To Build a Girl by Caitlan Moran, but you don’t have to choose this book. As long as the cover contains the one or more of the colours, Red, Yellow, Orange, Green, Brown or Purple, just let us know and we will put it on the group bookshelf. There is still time to join up if you are interested, you can do so here!
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Onto the review!
Last month the theme was Autobiography so I chose Saturday Night Peter by the comedian, Peter Kay. This is his second memoir and details his climb up the success ladder as a comic in a deeply funny and in depth tale of misunderstandings, adventure, romance, friendship and even coming to terms with the death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
His writing style is very similar to his stand up, as he often will go off on a tangent with a similar anecdote before coming back and linking it all back in with his original statement. It wsa definitely a very interesting read and I enjoyed reading it, and there were many times that I found myself giggling out loud while reading.
Have you read Saturday Night Peter? What did you think?
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