nor any explicit mention of Leo being informed that
there would be no more of them.
on Leo's say-so that something would be explained only
to find that it really wasn't (especially as it cost £55), but
as I was given the book as a present, I don't suppose I've got
any serious grounds for complaint. It's an interesting read,
but mainly a retread of his 1978 autobiography, A VERY
FUNNY BUSINESS, updated to the time of publication
in 2005. However, it's not as lavishly illustrated as
its illustrious and celebrated predecessor.
available for £55.50 (which includes p&p). However,
you can yet obtain decent condition copies of his '78 auto-
biography on the internet for under £30 and, visually, it's a
much better looking book, so I'd say that would be the one
to go for. On the other hand, the 2005 book will probably
be autographed (and if not, I'm sure Leo will sign it if you
ask nicely), so you might prefer to have that one in
your collection. Decisions, decisions, eh?
Tell you what - just buy both!