Rating: 4 out of 5

Awww lovely Lenny Henry told me about his life as I drove (I consumed this as an audiobook). Growing up I knew of Lenny from the three of a kind days onwards which is mostly after this memoir finishes. So this was a really interesting delve into what came before. I only knew of a few bits of it through listening to him speak on Louis Theroux’s podcast. I love how he took every opportunity to learn he could. The ending was a bit abrupt. It kind of just finished and then there was an afterword. And a set of tips for the aspiring comedian. He was good company.

Originally posted to my Goodreads account