Alan Partridge: Nomad
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Alan Partridge: Nomad

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In Alan Partridge: Nomad, Alan dons his boots, windcheater and scarf and embarks on an odyssey through a place he once knew - it's called Britain - intent on completing a journey of immense personal significance. Diarising his ramble in the form of a 'journey journal', Alan details the people and places he encounters, ruminates on matters large and small and, on a final leg fraught with danger, becomes - not a man (because he was one to start off with) - but a better, more inspiring example of a man. This deeply personal book is divided into chapters and has a colour photograph on the front cover. It is deeply personal. Through witty vignettes, heavy essays and nod-inducing pieces of wisdom, Alan shines a light on the nooks of the nation and the crannies of himself, making this a biography that biographs the biographer while also biographing bits of Britain.

Title:Alan Partridge: Nomad
Edition Language:English
ISBN:1409156702
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages

    Alan Partridge: Nomad Reviews

  • Anthony Ryan
    Nov 29, 2016

    Alan Partridge, under-appreciated TV chat maestro and King of East Anglian daytime radio, embarks upon a trek from Norwich to Dungeness in the footsteps of his late father, determined to solve the mys...

  • Dave
    Jan 07, 2017

    The deeply personal follow-up to Alan Partridge's deeply personal autobiography, I, PARTRIDGE, charting the highs, lows, and mediums of his one-man walking tour around (certain parts of) Britain.Not m...

  • Marc Nash
    Jan 26, 2017

    If you're a fan of Alan Partridge then this will deliver exactly. It's snide, snarky and self-delusional. It mangles metaphors and runs on unable to finish some word association its started. It is bli...

  • Rob Thompson
    Nov 17, 2016

    Nomad should have won a Booker PrizeEven after all these years, Alan Partridge is a comedy gift that keeps on giving. Especially, if you listen to the audio book. Its as though Alan is in the room wit...

  • Lee Peckover
    Oct 28, 2016

    It's no surprise to find that one of the nation's most underrated broadcasters has managed to produce another literary classic. When will the BBC wake up and realise what they're missing? As far as th...

  • Ramon Battershall
    Jan 03, 2017

    Oh dear, I was really looking forward to this, but it was underwhelming in the extreme. The first problem was that the fundamental concept made little sense. Alan may well traverse a path trod (or rat...

  • Alex Sarll
    Jan 15, 2017

    A merciless piss-take of every bullshit 'personal journey' every celeb ever undertook, as Alan undertakes the Footsteps Of My Father TM walk to come to terms with the memory of his late father, and de...

  • Michael Legge
    Oct 22, 2016

    Shame he dies in the end....

  • Latkins
    May 21, 2017

    As a long-term resident of the fine Norfolk city of Norwich, this was a must-read for me. It's the inspiring story of local DJ Alan Partridge's walk in the footsteps of his father, from Norwich to the...

  • Spencer
    Nov 05, 2016

    Hilarious! I listened to the audio-book of this and would definitely recommend it to fans, Steve Coogan does an awesome job as ever.Not quite as good as 'I, Partridge' but totally worth your time.This...