By Peter Morris
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Published: Dec. 10, 2012
Words: 78,693 (approximate)
Imagine a man who's outlook on life is similar to Don Quixote, who's approach to life is similar to Spike Milligan's and who's drinking habits mirror those of the late and much loved George Best. If he could speak French he would probably say Non,je ne regrette rien.
Fall about funny, belly laughs by the bucket load.
Abseiling Spiders is a very funny book focusing on the life of the author. Every incident is true and documentary proof (police receipts, photographs etc) is provided in the hardback edition.
The book follows the author from birth in Belfast, where he was ‘left with the nuns’ to the day he finds out the truth about his birth. The rituals and procedures he must go through are perhaps akin to the journey of a modern day Ulysses. From Irish boarding school to British Special Forces.
It’s actually a laugh a minute, and every word of it true.
, special forces
, mountain rescue
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