Under a Mackerel Sky
by Rick Stein
Editor: Ebury Publishing
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“All men must strive to learn before they die, what they are running from, and for, and why” from Rick Stein’s early childhood in the 1950s to Oxfordshire and North Cornwall was idyllic.His parents were charming and very sociable, their five beloved children and gave the freedom typical of the time.As he grew older, the holidays were filled with noisy and lively parties from his parents Cornish’s Cornish barn.But always present was the unpredictable mood of his bipolar father, with Rick often the object of his anger and sadness.When Rick’s 18-year-old father killed himselfEmotionally adrift, Rick left Australian Rick, wearing a suitcase stamped with his father’s initialsManual work in the outback, followed by adventures in America and Mexico, soaked to the naivety of the middle school public, but deep down he was still lost and did not know what to do with his life.Finally, Cornwall, called him home,From the enterprising days of his mobile disco, the Violet Tigre, to his first, unlikely unlikely nightclub, where much of the time was spent breaking away from drinking, fuelled by combat, Rick retraces his personal journey in a way that is both ironic and sensitive; participation and humor.Specsavers National Book Awards 2013 in the running
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