Something Sensational to Read in the Train: the Diary of a Lifetime
Author: Gyles Daubeney Brandreth
Those of you, who have witnessed the entity Gyles Daubeney Brandreth either on the box or in-person, would've bet their life-savings that he'd daily document his peruses somehow. Well, he ... Read review
Please note; there is something I must warn you about Gyles; he does spontaneously combust into a tourette style spasm of 'French.' In the world of Brandreth, only quaint, beautiful words will surpass; pâté en brioche: translates: pâté in pot; so much better sounding in French. I'm not convinced Brandreth is coherent in 'French.' For a shoulder shrugging native Frenchman living on a Barge in Lyon, I hasten a guess he'll not have a clue ..."
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