Surviving in Stroke City (Gerry Anderson) pdf, epub, doc

This appeared on my bookshelves from an unknown source, probably a remainder bin and, although published at the turn of the millennium, its blurb attracted me. As it turned out this was a hilarious memoir. Gerry Anderson is a prominent Irish broadcaster of whom I have lived most of my life in ignorance.
The book is full of the best Irish craic - Guinness guzzling dwarfs, as bass guitarist touring with the the legendary wild man of rock and roll - Ronnie Hawkins, encounters with not so lovely celebrities and seedy lowlife as well as an explanation as to why he was, at one stage, 'the most hated man in Britain'. It was a terrific way to pass some time reading this work. Although his best stories occurred early in the peace, Anderson had me happily chortling throughout. So pour yourself a 'black heaven', set aside an hour or two - at just over two hundred pages it could be 'done' in one sitting - and be prepared to have your ribs tickled.

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  • Publisher:Random House of Canada, Limited
  • File: 6.1 Mb
  • Release: 05.04.1999
  • ISBN: 9780091800642
  • Pages 224
  • Rating: 4.5 (8 votes)


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