He Who Dares

He Who Dares Jack the lad wheeler dealer and international playboy just ask the manageress of El Sid s Torremolinos this was a man destined for greatness One day he would mature into an award winning man

  • Title: He Who Dares
  • Author: Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jack the lad, wheeler dealer and international playboy just ask the manageress of El Sid s, Torremolinos, 1978 , this was a man destined for greatness One day he would mature into an award winning man of business , thriving entrepreneur and glittering member of the jet set A force of nature, a man who beat the odds, if only for a bit This is his story The story of DerJack the lad, wheeler dealer and international playboy just ask the manageress of El Sid s, Torremolinos, 1978 , this was a man destined for greatness One day he would mature into an award winning man of business , thriving entrepreneur and glittering member of the jet set A force of nature, a man who beat the odds, if only for a bit This is his story The story of Derek Del Boy Trotter Who else could tell the glorious tale of rags to riches to rags to rich ish but the man himself You ve heard of The Wolf of Wall Street, now meet the Pug of Peckham Trotter s Independent Traders, employee of the year 1982 2003
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    • Amorfna says:

      4 zvezdice jer je ghostwriter uradio zaista fantastičan posao. Sam sadržaj ne nudi mnogo više od dobro osmišljenog sinopsisa svih sezona( plus ponešto)- ali je lepo imati i ovaj format čak i ako znate seriju napamet.Super za opuštanje.

    • Mark Farley says:

      A fun and easy read and fans of the show will definitely love this, but there isn't a great deal to add to the saga (apart from a bit at the end) for die hard fans who have seen every episode. Its essentially a 'greatest hits' of all the popular scenes and storylines rolled into one. Although it does incorporate a lot in the beginning from the prequel series, 'Rock and Chips' too. But its very entertaining and amusing an approach to the story of this fictional character. Would make a really good [...]

    • Sam Herbert says:

      An absolute must-read for die-hard Only Fools and Horses fans but, I must say, if you have seen every episode multiple times, there's not much more to know about Del Boy. It's essentially a blow-by-blow account of each episode, told through the eyes of Del. It is very funny; I'm not sure who the "ghost writer" is, but they've got Del's charm and patter down to a tee. Disappointingly, there's no mention of the chandelier debacle (!) or Del falling through the bar hatch The particularly famous epi [...]

    • Terry says:

      I knew this was going to be a bit of light frivolous reading over the Christmas. Nicely done, not sure who the ghost writer was, but they got Del's patter off to a tee. Not so much a genuine autobiography, but more of a synopsis of some of the classic episodes told in Del's 'Own words' (No mention of falling through the bar though???). Being a fan of OFAH there wasn't much I didn't already know, but the backstory of Del's early life and what he's been upto since we last saw him was fun. Not bad, [...]

    • Christine Blachford says:

      Interesting little book this. Posing as the autobiography of everyone's favourite wheeler/dealer Del Boy, the book really just charts the progression of those well known characters through the course of their lives - which in reality means threading each of the episode storylines together to make an autobiography of sorts.There isn't much in the way of new information, a little bit of background that you might have missed, and some post-series updates that are quite amusing, but for the most par [...]

    • Karen says:

      The story of Del Trotter is one that will be familiar to most people. Known primarily for his wheeling and dealing around the Peckham area of London, He Who Dares tells the story of this entrepreneur's life from his Rock and Chips days right through Only Fools and Horses until we reach the present day. This is a real rags to riches (and then back to rags) story of a man who dreamed of being a millionaire only to find it all taken away from him.As a fan of Only Fools and Horses, this book appeale [...]

    • Sarah says:

      Writing this as someone who has watched every episode of Only Fools and Horses more times than I would like to guess at (thank you UKTV Gold), I have to say this book was a delight to read. I was quite dubious when I picked the book up knowing that it wouldn't have been written by John Sullivan, however, I was treated to a trip down comedy lane, the book had stayed true to both Only Fools and Horses and Rock and Chips. Its a shame the ghostwriter was not named in the book, they deserved the reco [...]

    • Sall says:

      A brilliant comedic take on a fictional characters life. The downside for me is that if you've watched Rock and Chips and Only fools and horses the only bit you wouldn't know about is the bit after Rodney and Cassandra have baby Joan. That bit was interesting yet slightly predictable. I mean we were never going to see the demise of Trotters Independent Traders were we? I particularly enjoyed Del's take on what happened to Boyce and Marleen and his reaction when he discovered they were living on [...]

    • Russell Wyles says:

      Good fun retelling of the Fools and Horses saga. Any fan will enjoy the Del style banter but will read nothing new - although great to be reminded of classic moments from the long running TV series.The writers 'voice' is an excellent representation and deserves praise - it is a creditable effort to reproduce a much loved character on paper rather than the screen.I read this in two sittings on holiday .

    • Matt says:

      A funny book I'm giving it 3.5⭐️ as it is basically just all the episodes from rock and chips through the series of only fools and horses and the specials condensed into a book! Still a well worth and often funny read. As it is all from Del Boys perspective. Well worth a read if your a fan of the show!

    • Angie Cooke says:

      Enjoyable and funny, however I do agree it's basically the best parts of the series, including rock and chips, in the eyes of Del Boy. You can't help reading it in Dels voice though, or Rodneys bits, if you've not watched only fools and horses you'll not enjoy the book.

    • Rob Whalley says:

      As a big fan of the show this book was a great read! The author has Del down to a tee. The book is easy to read and is very funny in places. A must read of you're a fan of the show. I'd say it'd be worth a read also if you've never watched the show just to get an insight into only fools! Good book.

    • Anouska says:

      Hilarious! Perfect for any Only Fools and Horses fans out there, it features numerous stories from the series and lots of new ones, it's hard not to laugh out loud reading this, fantastic - could put it down

    • Joseph Downes says:

      A funny book that I reccommend to all fans of Only Fools and Horses However there isn't a huge amount of new material.

    • Martin says:

      Not a recommended read for a serious book reader .

    • Andrew Dunn says:

      Not good basically a rehash of many episodes told as a biography probably should have read the reviews.Its its written very much in character so worth a couple of stars for that

    • Gemma Searle says:

      Loved this book. Love delboy very funny

    • Kevin says:

      A fun read, there's nothing really that's new for Only Fools fans but a nice, easy read.

    • Andylm says:

      For fans of the show only. But since I am a fan of the show, I really enjoyed it.

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