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Why Me? The Very Important Emails of Bob Servant

Narrated by: Cameron Stewart
Length: 5 hrs and 2 mins
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Summary

The star of the bestselling Delete This At Your Peril and the critically acclaimed BBC Radio 4 series The Bob Servant Emails is back with an all-new compilation targeting a fresh batch of email spammers - the false lenders who have cures for the credit crunch, supposed lawyers with solutions for Bob's woes and fake foreign soldiers giving military guidance for his campaign against a local bowling club. They all find a man ready to indulge them and offer a little advice of his own.

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  • 03-03-20

Good start, gets a bit same-y as it goes on

Good idea, and well read - Cameron Stewart brings his character to life and he reads in a style that suits the writing well. However, after a few email exchanges (chapters?) the formula begins to get stale and predictable, so I will probably leave long gaps of a few weeks between the rest of the chapters.

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You should have a short listen to the preview before you buy. You might hate it, but it had me in stitches. The humour is 110% Scottish, and that either appeals or it does not.

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  • 07-03-13

Hard to top the first but still funny

The life and times of Bob and his story of chasing skirt. Hard to top first book but this one is funny all the same. Puts a bit of meat on the bones of the man who's had my sides splitting last couple of days as I listen.