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I, Partridge: We Need to Talk About Alan | Paperback

Author: Alan Partridge | Format: Paperback

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  Full of laugh out loud moments

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Having not really known much about Alan Partridge I picked the book up with an open mind. To my surprise I found it jam packed with laugh out loud moments. Once you have got your head round the fact it is a fictional autobiography it is a fantastic read. I have already lent it to a couple of friends who have enjoyed it equally as much.
It's a must read for fans of Alan Partridge and an interesting and unusual read even if you are not.
Go on...buy a copy, you won't regret it!!

  Full of laugh out loud moments

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Having not really known much about Alan Partridge I picked the book up with an open mind. To my surprise I found it jam packed with laugh out loud moments. Once you have got your head round the fact it is a fictional autobiography it is a fantastic read. I have already lent it to a couple of friends who have enjoyed it equally as much.
It's a must read for fans of Alan Partridge and an interesting and unusual read even if you are not.
Go on...buy a copy, you won't regret it!!

  You need to read about Alan!

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It makes for a slightly strange read at first, but you soon start warming to the character and the world according to Alan Partridge.
I only gave it 4 stars as whilst I enjoyed it, I found continually referencing the recommended sound track broke the flow up rather than added to it and would of been better added on the relevant page.

  You need to read about Alan!

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It makes for a slightly strange read at first, but you soon start warming to the character and the world according to Alan Partridge.
I only gave it 4 stars as whilst I enjoyed it, I found continually referencing the recommended sound track broke the flow up rather than added to it and would of been better added on the relevant page.

  Very Alan, Very Funny

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This is by far the best "in character" autobiography I've ever read. Capturing the essence of Alan in all his deluded glory. I nearly only give it 4 stars, as I'm not sure how it would read if you don't know the character but then thought, no people who don;t know the character will then have the joy of discovering it for themselves.
Also worth noting it is available in audiobook read by Steve Coogan in character

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  Hilarious

| | See all unimatrixzero's reviews (6)

A must read for all Partridge fans, love the passages about Alan's early years and his relationship with his parents which gives great insight into why Alan is Alan! Very well (and grammatically correctly) written!