More of the wry, honest and often hilarious chronicles of Richard Hammond - TV presenter, adventurer, and general drawer of the Short Straw. Continuing where As You Do and Did I Just Say That? left off, this one focuses on just a few of the many hair-raising stunts, expeditions, and encounters experienced by Richard Hammond over the last eventful year.
©2009 Richard Hammond (P)2009 Orion Publishing Group
This book is filled with interesting little tales from Hammond. Each one funnier than the last. It very much helps that it it narrated by the Hamster, you get the full feel of his sarcasem and wit that may have been lost if read by someone else. A great light read/listen that is easy to pick up/put down whenever the mood strikes. Very witty, very Hammond.
If you love Top Gear and like the presenters, you'll like this. As expected Richard Hammond. Nice bloke and tells a great story.
It is a fun, short listen, most of which are very enjoyable, and uterrly hilarious.
certainly worth my credit. My only gripe is the editing. I'd prefer unabridged but it's still great.
Yes, by all means because of the narration.
Yes i would, I like his humor and his reading.
Voice and the way he tells you the story first hand.
I laughed a few times.
Good book, but the other books he has is better, On the Edge and As you do.
Richard Hammond's books are a prime example of why audio books can be better than their paper counterparts. With Hamster narrating, the listener is rewarded with the wonderful humor expressed as only the author could. His subtle inflections, British accent, and perfectly timed pauses enhance the wonderful stories shared in this short book.
"honest and very funny account of turning 40"
I very amusing book another frank honest and funny autobography from Richard Hammond a great listen you wont be disappointed. Great for all Top Gear and Richard fans out there.
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