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I always mention him on here, but no one answers.
Someone must have read his books...?
thats not what you wanted tho was it?
I LOVE HIM
i had a dream last night that he was only 23 and women kept flinging themselves at him because he was so suave and intelligent.
Jarvis is in second. A commendable position.
But he's not got the gravitas of Fry. The all-round respectability. The, as the French would say, 'I don't know what'.
Fry is godlike.
I loved Making History. I need to read more of his stuff.
And The Liar was a classic. Just wish he'd write a follow up to it (and the second part of his autobiography).
Made me squirm and giggle like mad at the same time. Not many things can do that.
(I challenge you to find another ;-))
he was the last ever winner.
and the hippopotamus is a great read.
good going delve. liar is the best but making history and the hippopotamus are also good. the stars' tennis balls is completely different but contains hints of Trefusis. moab is my washpot is awesome, the second best autobiography i've ever read, after muhammad ali's.
hugh laurie has written a book called 'the gun seller' which is also excellent.
some of those fry & laurie sketches crack me up. especially this one: