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One of my favourite people writing with his characteristic exuberance A wonderful story of growing up in rural England in the middle of the last century. An outstanding portrait of the industrial North of England in the 1940s and 50s, from a literate, somewhat radical working class community viewpoint Actor author Blessed s father was a Yorkshire miner and trade unionist, which caused some harassment during mid 1950s RAF National Service I noted the dynamic amateur theatre and literary groups in Northern towns and cities Occasionally tragic, yet the easy going and respectful writing style contributes to a good read. A fascinating read, I really enjoyed learningabout Brian Blessed Highly entertaining, as you d expect. Please see my detailed review at.com Grace s Dynamite Kid Review Please click that the review was helpful to you atso that my rating continues to climb Brian Blessed is one of my favorite personalities he s a big old bear of a man who always makes me giggle I wish the memoir had had fewer problems detailed in myreview , but I m still thrilled to have had the chance to read it What a fun bloke Please see my detailed review at.com Grace s Dynamite Kid Review Please click that the review was helpful to you atso that my rating continues to climb Brian Blessed is one of my favorite personalities he s a big old bear of a man who always makes me giggle I wish the memoir had had fewer problems detailed in myreview , but I m still thrilled to have had the chance to read it What a fun bloke [ Download Kindle ] ☧ The Dynamite Kid ☦ In this exceptionally frank and lucid memoir, actor Brian Blessed tells of his childhood and teen years in the South Yorkshire mining villages With characteristic exuberance and sensitivity he recalls his modest beginnings his mischievous adventures as part of a gang of small boys his unexpected encounters with such luminaries as Picasso and Paul Robeson his traumatic nervous breakdown at ageand his resolute, unwavering ambition to become an actorLike Blessed himself, The Dynamite Kid exudes a warmth of character and a richness of emotion that gives the reader a wonderfully vivid sense of the world in which Blessed grew up and a compelling insight into a man who is one of the most popular actors of our time Perhaps a bit bias being a Yorkshire man born and bred myself, but this was a real insight into a hard life growing up in war time britain, Sometimes you find yourself thinking can all this be true but I really hope it was There are some heart breaking moments and you really feel his love for friends, family and people in general. Larger than lifeI like Brian I think he s a lovely man and he s from my part of the world This book starts from his birth to when he got a place in Drama school It was a good read as I know most of the places in Yorkshire that he wrote about. sdfvdzvxzcbvdzb