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Friends Like These

Narrated by: Danny Wallace
Length: 3 hrs and 33 mins
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Exclusive to download - bonus material not included in the book or CD! Hear Danny and his friends in a live quiz.

Danny Wallace is about to turn 30. Recently married and living in a smart new area of town, he's swapped pints down the pub for lattes and brunch. For the first time in his life, he's feeling, well...grown-up.

But something's missing. Something he can't quite put his finger on. Until he finds an old address book, containing just 12 names. The names of his best mates as a kid. Where are they now? Who are they now? And how are they coping with being grown-up too?

And so begins an epic journey - from Berlin to Tokyo, Los Angeles to Loughborough - as Danny sets out to find and meet the old gang. He meets Fijian chiefs. German rappers. And a carvery manager who's managed to solve time travel. But how will they react to a long-lost friend turning up out of the blue to see if they're coming out to play? Can you be friends forever?

Danny thinks he knows...because he's got Friends Like These...
©2008 Danny Wallace (P)2008 Random House Audiobooks

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  • Sandra
  • 21-07-2008

Fantastic!

This book is up to Dannys usually high standard - very funny at times, but with a good dose of his own personality. It was all the better because he reads it. Buy this book....and finally POTATO! (download the book!)

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-12-2019

Awesome book.

Anything by Danny Wallace is great. I’ve enjoyed all of his books. Well worth a read.

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  • michael ford
  • 08-09-2018

definitely worth listening too

read the book many years ago and thought I'd like to hear it again Danny's voice adds to the story.

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  • Katy
  • 30-04-2009

Friends Like these

I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it. It was funny and engaging and Danny Wallace reads it really well.

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  • Robert
  • 22-12-2008

Entertaining Mr Wallace

As has been said, Danny's reading here is enthusiastic and well executed - some care has been taken (not always the case with audiobooks) to produce a quality product. There are even some "bonuses" added.
It is a funny and touching story that I have now listened to three times! I wish that it was available unabridged - high praise indeed...
So why only four stars? A bit churlish this I know, but Danny Wallace books, despite being seemingly disparate in subject matter, are in danger of becoming formulaic.
Great holiday/plane listen.

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  • Linda Ekl�f
  • 16-11-2008

Excellent and fun

Fun and easy to listen but still thought provoking. The author is an excellent reader and its more like listening to a story told than actually read.
Enjoyed it even though I'm past thirty!

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  • Katrina Kerr
  • 26-03-2009

past caring

thin pretext and then a rambling repetitive narrative that hardly raises a laugh