Believe Me : A Memoir of Love, Death and Jazz Chickens
by Eddie Izzard
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT for all Eddie Izzard fanaticsAs heard on BBC Radio Four – Book of the WeekA memory of love, death and jazz chickens, Eddie Izzard is fabulous Believe Me is his ONLY AND unique AUTOBIOGRAPHYI know why I’m doing all this,”I said.All I do in life is trying to get her back.I think if I do enough thingsthat maybe she’ll come back.When Eddie Izzard was six years old, he and his brother Mark lost their mother.During the day, he lost his childhoodDespite or perhaps because of this, he always felt he had to take on things that some people consider impossible.In Believe Me, Eddie takes us on a journey that begins in Yemen (before the revolution), then takes us to Northern Ireland (before Les Ennuis), England and Wales, then across the seas of Europe and America.In a full-blown narrative with the incident, he said of the teddy bear watch at boarding school beds, giving up accounting for swordfighting in the streets of London and taking these first steps towards a Travesti Action, touring France in French and playing the Hollywood Bowl.Above all, it is a story about someone who has always done everything in his own way (often not working first) and sometimes, almost by accident, but always with courage and determination, the realization of what he has set himself.Overflowing with the surrealist humour and disarming candor of his shows (with sometimes digressions), Believe Me tells the story of a little boy who lost his mother but who grew up to become a star of comedy and drama, one of the main defenders of the total costumes of the rights of the British, European and extreme marathon runner, who is built on stage.”The King of the UniverseComic GeniusEntertainment embodied ” Telegraphy
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