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Semi Detached is Griff Rhys Jones's own account of his ordinary suburban childhood; of adolescent scraps and scrapes; of coming o. uite good with certain sections really conveying the time Griff was remembering However very occasionally I found the narrative a little disjointed and I found myself re reading a couple of pages to work out how the hop from one era to another had occurredI definitely enjoyed some parts of this book than others which on average makes it a 3 but it was nearly a 2 A couple of very funny bits and some parts that really rang true saved it from an OK rating

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Semi Detached

Ving and above all touchingly funny memoir of how one of the nation's most popular comics and personalities got from there to her. Haven t yet finished this one despite having started it yonks ago A very disjointed text which I m finding difficult to plough through Goodness he s self indulgent

Griff Rhys Jones µ 7 Read

F age in the 1960s and 70s; of family and university life; and of times lost or at least fuzzy around the edgesIt's a powerful mo. What is it about well known people and their desire to tell all I m not sure the average manwoman in the street would ever divulge some of the things that Griff and others have doneDoes his wife Jo whom he obviously loves as his previous book indicates as well as the dedication in this really want him to tell all about his previous relationships particularily one of 7 years Clearly the answer is yes and yes from the girl involved CharlotteI enjoyed most of this memoir felt sorry for some of his relations and liked hearing about the people with whom he mixed It s a pity it ended before he gained predominance as as a TV comedy star documentary presenter script writer etc


10 thoughts on “Semi Detached

  1. says:

    Being an exact contemporary of Griff Rhys Jones I was able to relate easily to some of the trials and tribulations of his formative

  2. says:

    uite good with certain sections really conveying the time Griff was remembering However very occasionally I found the narrative a little disjointed and I found myself re reading a couple of pages to work out how the hop from one era to another had occurredI definitely enjoyed some parts of this book than others which on average makes it a 3 but it was nearly a 2 A couple of very funny bits and some parts that really ran

  3. says:

    There are a few funny moments in herebut certainly not a laugh a minute as I hopedI enjoyed the first half of the booka nostalgic look back at

  4. says:

    What is it about well known people and their desire to tell all ?I'm not sure the average manwoman in the street

  5. says:

    As Griff Rhys Jones is just a year younger than me I was looking forward to a read full of reminders of my own childhood At first I was not disappointed with humorous tales of family life I found myself laughing o

  6. says:

    Loved the first half partly because I know the places he was talking about Once he got to Cambridge and started doing the student thing I lost interest Anyone who's been to university has had the same experiences and reading about the idiocy of someone else soon loses its appeal Overall not as funny as I had hoped

  7. says:

    Haven't yet finished this one despite having started it yonks ago A very disjointed text which I'm finding difficult to plough through Goodness he's self indulgent

  8. says:

    Didn't finish it I hoped it would be funny but I didn't find it so

  9. says:

    Finding this rather difficult to get into Thought it would be funnier Some period detail that sparks nostalgia but not sure I'll fin

  10. says:

    Mildly amusing at times but did seem to drag as he progressed to Uni Couldn't help but read this book using his voice in my head