Ed Reardon's Week

  • Title: Ed Reardon's Week
  • Author: Christopher Douglas
  • ISBN: 9781416511489
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ed Reardon s Week This hilarious fictional diary tracks the world of Ed Reardon and his flawed attempts to escape poverty and gain the literary success that is surely his due A writer and liver of life at the cutting e
    This hilarious fictional diary tracks the world of Ed Reardon and his flawed attempts to escape poverty and gain the literary success that is surely his due A writer and liver of life at the cutting edge, Ed resides in a one bedroom flat over a hairdresser s in Berkhamsted, where he has lived on his own since his family left him His first, and only, published novel was bThis hilarious fictional diary tracks the world of Ed Reardon and his flawed attempts to escape poverty and gain the literary success that is surely his due A writer and liver of life at the cutting edge, Ed resides in a one bedroom flat over a hairdresser s in Berkhamsted, where he has lived on his own since his family left him His first, and only, published novel was bought by Hollywood and turned into a movie in the mid 70 s Though stuck in a career rut with a growing pile of rejection slips, Ed remains stubbornly optimistic He may only own one pair of pants and a seven figure sales ranking, but no writer knows about stealing his agent s stationery than Ed.

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    1. It was fun. I love Reardon's curmudgeonly view of the world. Maybe that's because I identify with him so strongly. A good solid read, very funny in places, but not a patch on the original Radio 4 series upon which it is based. Even though I read it and heard Christopher Douglas's voice in my head, it wasn't quite as comically rich. A good read though and recommended :)

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    2. An enjoyable read that captures the spirit of the radio series perfectly. Also very, very funny.

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    3. This very closely adheres to the script for Series 1 of Ed Reardon's Week on BBC Radio 4, which is a good thing if you're fond of the lovable grump (I am). Join Ed, an aging writer of marginal success, in his daily tramp through a world of slights and injustices. The storylines can be squirm inducing since Ed always loses spectacularly in the end, but his elegantly crafted insults kept me smiling and turning the pages. Because Ed rails against the irritations of modern life and, in particular, t [...]

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    4. As the protagonist narrator's name suggests, this is a new "New Grub Street", essentially the scripts of the first series of the BBC radio comedy, now 10 years and 10 seasons old, and hilariously funny. All failed writers of a certain age ought to find something embarrassingly familiar here, especially if they're male, bearded, cat-keeping and borderline alcoholic. Me, I thought Christopher Douglas and Andrew Nickolds must have been following me around, going through my bins, reading my mind, fo [...]

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    5. This is a really funny book that kept me smiling all the way through :)

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    6. Cruelly docked it a star as it's not quite as good as the radio version.

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