- Aug 25, 2001
Has anyone read Adam Buxton's autobiography?
If so, is it any good?
Have had a look at it and can't decide if it looks like an interesting and thoughtful read or trivial fluff. Or a bit of both.
Ramblebook? Yes, I got it for Christmas last year. It goes between his childhood and time at boarding school, and his relationship with his dying father in the recent past. There's a lot of funny bits, but a lot is quite thoughtful and makes you think on your own past. Some of it is pretty cringeful too! If you like his podcast, you'll appreciate the book, I'd say.