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That Peter Kay Book

Narrated by: Nigel Hoyle
Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)
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Summary

King of comedy? Well if anyone were to be accorded that accolade right now, it would have to be Peter Kay. In the last five years, he has risen to the top of the comedy world with astonishing speed.

He has had record breaking tours, TV shows, and even a number-one single. Add to that an appearance in Dr Who and what else is there left to do? More of the same one suspects, as Kay is still a young man. His story, told here, takes us from his Bolton childhood to the top of the Blackpool Tower. And very funny it is too!

©2006 Andre Deeutsch Ltd (P)2006 Sound Entertainment Ltd

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Brill! Very nostalgic. It made me chuckle fondly.

It's nice to be reminded of the talents and funniness of this man and also how down to earth he really is.

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Book stopped halfway

What would have made That Peter Kay Book better?

Story ok quite funny but it stopped halfway through & refused to carry on

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  • Maggi
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Worth a listen if you love Peter Kay

Any additional comments?

Interesting background to Peter Kay's life and rise. The narrator had good and bad points....his Bolton accent was great but some of his intonation I struggled with.