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5f257e0e2c098f9d6f6e3ee2 The Fry Chronicles https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/58934f8128c5956c5b649cf3/5f257e0e2c098f9d6f6e3ee2/webp/thepercent20frypercent20chronicles.jpeg panning 1979-1987, The Fry Chronicles charts Stephens arrival at Cambridge up to his thirtieth birthday. Stretching from Frys success at Cambridge, where he met the comic love of his life, Hugh Laurie, to his first forays into television, this is one of the funniest, most generous, most daring pieces of confessional writing published in years. Most readers will want to close the book and give it a hug. Daily Telegraph Extremely enjoyable. Sunday Times Fascinating. Perfect prose and excruciating honesty. A grand reminiscence of college and theatre and comedyland in the 1980s, with tone-perfect showbiz anecdotes, and genuine readerly excitement. What Fry does, essentially, is tell us who he really is. A painfully honest attempt to tear the mask aside . . . we are splendidly better for it. Observer Deliciously gossipy and very funny. The Times Extraordinary, affectionate, engaging, cunningly planned and so crammed with incidental delights. A joyus allegro vivace of infectious comic bravura . . . gives nothing but pleasure. [A] delicious novel of rise and rise of a brilliant young man, which is filled with such vivid background, such unerring social observation, so many wonderful characters and such beguiling incident. Guardian TFCSF00
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The Fry Chronicles
panning 1979-1987, The Fry Chronicles charts Stephens arrival at Cambridge up to his thirtieth birthday. Stretching from Frys success at Cambridge, where he met the comic love of his life, Hugh Laurie, to his first forays into television, this is one of the funniest, most generous, most daring pieces of confessional writing published in years. Most readers will want to close the book and give it a hug. Daily Telegraph Extremely enjoyable. Sunday Times Fascinating. Perfect prose and excruciating honesty. A grand reminiscence of college and theatre and comedyland in the 1980s, with tone-perfect showbiz anecdotes, and genuine readerly excitement. What Fry does, essentially, is tell us who he really is. A painfully honest attempt to tear the mask aside . . . we are splendidly better for it. Observer Deliciously gossipy and very funny. The Times Extraordinary, affectionate, engaging, cunningly planned and so crammed with incidental delights. A joyus allegro vivace of infectious comic bravura . . . gives nothing but pleasure. [A] delicious novel of rise and rise of a brilliant young man, which is filled with such vivid background, such unerring social observation, so many wonderful characters and such beguiling incident. Guardian
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