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A Liar's Autobiography by debbunny on 28 May 2004 11:17pm
 
by Graham Chapman, has anybody read it? It was very silly yet melancholy, and the drawings were hilarious (I suppose those especially offended by homosexuality might be offended by the book). It made me miss Graham Chapman, even though I never knew him and was 11 years old when he died.
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by irishmanufan on 28 May 2004 11:28pm
 
it is a good book . graham chapman was a very unique man and he is sadly missed . he had a very unique mind as well .
cheers
Linda
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by Izot on 29 May 2004 4:03am
 
I wish I had a copy, I dunno if they're still in print though. Does anyone know where to get it from?

He died in 89, right? So I was about two when he died... Jaco Pastorius died in the same year I was born, and I play bass... spooky, maybe I'm Jaco! =D
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by Louise on 29 May 2004 4:11am
 
I saw MP at one of his London theatre charity bashes where he read from Graham Chapman`s book. N*ce!
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by Louise on 29 May 2004 4:59am
 
Izot, my copy was published by Mandarin. ISBN 0-7493-0817-6

A Michael Palin quote about the book: "It`s the Magna Carta and Valley of the Dolls all rolled into one..."

Lou
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by debbunny on 29 May 2004 4:34pm
 
I got my copy off of Amazon
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by sminobe on 20 July 2004 12:10am
 
You can always borrow it from a library. If your local library doesn't have it, request an Interlibrary Loan -- they'll borrow it from another library for you. Never forget the Power of a Library!
 
Re: A Liar's Autobiography by verena on 20 July 2004 2:25am
 
i bought it by amazon,no problem at all. great ´book, very entertaining to read. i just would like to know what is true and what isnt...
 



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