What Am I Still Doing Here?: My Life as Me

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Hodder & Stoughton, Oct 13, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
This is Roger Lewis at his best: more cantankerous and curmudgeonly wit and musings about the pointlessness of life. Dark, witty and hilarious, Roger Lewis has a real way with words.

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Hey Roger, I remember you. You were the anti social twat that nobody liked, on the rare occasions anybody noticed you were alive that is. So glad to see you have fucked off to ingerland, you deserve each other. By the way, if you had had the balls to call me a twat to my face I might have had a little respect for you. Its a pity we were not all intellectual giants like you, then again, I know how to swear properly, you fucking arse wipe.  

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About the author (2011)

Roger Lewis is the author of books about Laurence Olivier, Charles Hawtrey and Anthony Burgess. His international bestselling biography 'The Life and Death of Peter Sellers' was adapted into a multi-award-winning film. Married to an educational psychologist and with three sons, Lewis divides his time between Herefordshire and Austria.

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