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Livin' the Dreem A Year in My Life

by Harry Hill

Livin' the Dreem A Year in My Life Synopsis

Harry Hill's unexpurgated diary of his year promises to do for the celebrity memoir what the Hadron Collider has done for particle acceleration. Think Samuel Pepys meets Katie Price. This frank and sometimes controversial diary details one hectic year in the eye of the showbiz storm, cut with a heavy mix of the day-to-day goings-on in Bexhill, where Harry lives at home with his mother and occasional Filipino fiancee, Lay Dee. Follow the near fatal goings-on during Harry's filming of Britain's Most Dangerous Roads, his attempts to become a judge on X Factor and his struggle to meet the Welsh chanteuse Duffy at Warwick Avenue. Read of his dog's ongoing battle with the bottle, and how he is sacked from the sniffer staff at Gatwick Airport due to sexual harassment. Learn how Harry's Nan gets on in her holiday home in Iraq, her affair with the milkman and her subsequent struggle to have fun whilst living on a curfew.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780571273386
Publication date: 4th November 2010
Author: Harry Hill
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Format: CD-Audio
Categories: TV tie-in humour, Parodies & spoofs,

About Harry Hill

Harry Hill is an award-winning comedian and world-class swingball player. Born in Woking in 1964, he holds a medical degree from the University of London. His books include Flight from Deathrow and Tim the Tiny Horse. He has been a stand-up since the early 1990s and is currently the star of TV Burp and the voice of You've Been Framed.

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