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Diary of a Somebody Glorious I Will Be Astonished If I Read A Original, Inventive Or Funnier Novel This Year Adam Kay, Author Of This Is Going To HurtPart Tender Love Story, Part Murder Mystery, Part Hilarious Description Of A Wasted Life, And Interspersed With Some Of The Funniest Poems About The Mundane And The Profound, Diary Of A Somebody Is A Stunningly Original Novel From Twitter Sensation, Brian BilstonIt S January St And Brian Bilston Is Convinced That This Year, His New Year S Resolution Will Change His Life Every Day For A Year, He Will Write A Poem It S Quite Simple Brian S Life Certainly Needs Improving His Ex Wife Has Taken Up With A New Man, He Seems To Constantly Disappoint His Long Suffering Son, And At Work He Is Drowning In A Sea Of Spreadsheets And Management Jargon So Poetry Will Be His Salvation But There Is An Obstacle In The Form Of Toby Salt, His Arch Nemesis At Poetry Club And Rival Suitor To Liz, Brian S New Poetic Inspiration When Toby Goes Missing, Just After The Announcement Of The Publication Of His First Collection, This Bridge No Hands Shall Cleave, Brian Becomes The Number One Suspect If He Is To Regain His Reputation And To Have A Chance Of Winning Liz, He Must Find Out What Has Happened To Toby Before It Is Too Late

About the Author: Brian Bilston

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8 thoughts on “Diary of a Somebody

  1. says:

    This wonderful book by my only favourite poet Brian Bilston, is actually not entirely a poetry book at all which is what I love about it.It s very funny You should buy it and try it You can come back and moan at me if you don t like it.

  2. says:

    Absolute genius The funniest, cleverest book I ve ever read which has become one of my all time favourites Had the privilege of seeing B B at a poetry reading in Corbridge he had us all in stitches and now I can re read Diary of A Somebody and hear his delivery which brings his Poetry even to life Please, please, ple

  3. says:

    Loving most of the content, but it really is time that Kindles had a better approach to pictures, and that Kindle versions were checked before release Unlike the font sizes that can change from tiny to huge, pictures are one size fits all , except that it s usually too small And one set of poems, that may be on a single page

  4. says:

    I was looking forward to this book so much, and found it so compelling with liberal splatterings of guffaw out loud that I devoured it in a few sittings the first time, and then felt so bereft that I keep having to dip back into it Every time I find something new that resonates or makes me laugh I must sheepishly confess that I eve

  5. says:

    I love Brian Bilston s poems and his first book you took the last bus home is also a must read.I must admit this started a little slowly might have just been my frame of mind But from half way on I couldn t wait to read on I read the last quarter in one go.This is a strange blend of poetry and a story in the form of a diary I m still not

  6. says:

    This book is seriously funny It is the best kind of funny cleverly poking fun at the struggles and absurdities of modern life Charting a year in the life of would be poet and slightly hopeless human, Brian Bilston, it combines narrative with poetry in a fantastically original way From office politics to bin day searing jealousies to procrastinat

  7. says:

    Taking a major cue from Sue Townsend, Brian Bilston, the Social Media poet, turns his hand to a novel about a poet who decides to write a poem every day for a year Like Ms Townsend, Bilston manages to make me laugh out loud while reading as the hapless narrator poet turns private detective.Marvellous I read it completely over the course of two days.

  8. says:

    I ve been a fan of Brian Bilston s poetry for a while, and found his book equally enjoyable It juxtaposes poetry with a diary which together form the narrative of the very likeable protagonist While there s a lot of humour, there s also a serious, darker side I wasn t expecting it to be a whodunnit and this aspect kept me guessing to the end A thoroughly enjo

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