Robin Ince's Bad Book Club
Submitted by Brookster on 2 April 2013 - 9:03pm
A highly readable and very amusing bit of toilet reading from Robin Ince, a man with lots of time for reading, as he travels to and from gigs, and a penchant for scouring charity shops. In fact the title is misleading — better descriptions of the books would include idiosyncratic and downright bizarre. Highlights include the bitter autobiography of Don Estelle, reviews of classic mid-period Mills & Boon, Guy N Smith's Crabs series, a book proffering inexplicably detailed reviews of stag films, Terry Major-Ball's life story and the incomparable Secrets of Picking Up Sexy Girls. And many many more.
Length of read:
Might appeal to people who enjoyed:
Dave Gorman, Jon Ronson, Radio 4 comedy.
One thing you've learned:
The pros and cons of having sex in railway sidings.