THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
Robert Webb tried to follow the rules for being a man:
Don’t talk about feelings
Looking back over his life he asks whether these rules are actually any use. To anyone.
‘Quite simply brilliant. I (genuinely) cried. I (genuinely) laughed out loud. It's profound, touching, personal yet universal . . . I loved it’ J.K. ROWLING
‘With enormous poignancy and insight . . . Webb’s early portrait of himself as a hapless underdog navigating the boulder-strewn path of masculinity is vividly drawn and very funny . . . Echoes of Adrian Mole’Guardian
‘Frank and compelling . . . Laugh-out-loud funny . . . also, in parts, blink-back-tears sad. Why would I blink back tears rather than give full rein to the emotion? Well, Webb can explain’Mail on Sunday
‘Written with wit and clarity,How Not To Be a Boy is a funny, rueful, truthful book. I enjoyed every page’ STEPHEN FRY
‘A witty, honest coming-of-age story with a subtext that tackles masculinity and manhood. Webb has a storytelling skill many would kill for’ IAN RANKIN
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