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AS HEARD ON RADIO 4'S 'ABILITY' 'A truly eye opening book from a fantastic comedian' ADAM KAY 'Comedy genius The funniest book I've read in years' DAVID WALLIAMSLee Ridley won the hearts and minds of the nation on Britain's Got Talent Now the much loved comedian opens up about what it's like to be him I'm Only In It for the Parking is a wonderful romp through Lee's extraordinary life by way of the people who like to pray for him the comparisons with Stephen Hawking some perilous falls some epic fails and information about Lee's private life than you probably needThis is the wickedly funny story of the stand up who struggles to stand up but who learns to finds his feet The Geordie without the accent The entertainer who really can't speak at all but who has something important to say 'Hilarious' The Sun 'A uniue and brilliant comic voice' Ross Noble Im Only In It for the Parking


10 thoughts on “Im Only In It for the Parking

  1. says:

    I first saw Lee on Britain's Got Talent and I liked him on first sight He has Cerebral Palsy and he lost his voice so he has to use an electronic talker to speak for him He is a very clever and funny guy who's not afraid to make fun of his disability He came on stage wearing a tee shirt that resembled a disa


  2. says:

    Lee Ridley is also known as Lost Voice Guy a comedian who won 2018's Britain's Got Talent Lee developed cerebral palsy as a baby and communicates using an iPad Lee is also a writer but this is his first bookI enjoyed reading this memoir which Lee has written at the age of 38 I found his gentle humour an easy an


  3. says:

    I have been meaning to read this book for ages and I am so glad I finally got around to it Lee is funny and refreshing and is also educating people about living with a disability I enjoyed the FAs at the end of each chapter and how it highlighted the need for disability awareness and accessibility in everyday lif


  4. says:

    I found this book on the Storytel app and decided to start listen I hadn't heard of Lee Ridley before but I needed something funny to listen to so why not try it It was an interesting listen and a good mix of humour and serious It was almost a year ago I listened to it so I don’t have the best memory of it But itâ€


  5. says:

    I saw Lost Voice Guy perform at my university for an annual Speech and Language Therapy student conference I primarily bought this book to support him he came across as a lovely person who deserves recognition I would describe this book as an easy breeze read You get an insight into Lee’s life; what living and workin


  6. says:

    Brilliant Such an amazing guyThis book should be reuired reading by those responsible for ‘Euality Diversity’ ‘Eual rights for all’ those in society who should be making ‘reasonable adjustments’ so that a ‘level playing field’ can be created for all to follow their aspirational goals and dreams


  7. says:

    Loved this one Laughed out loud many a time which is a touch ironic if you think about itLee's a stand up who won Britain's Got Talent in 2018 Right from the off there was a twinkle of gittery and a degree of call out craft in his lines that made me and evidently a shedload of other people around the country as he won the sho


  8. says:

    I purchased this book a while ago sorry Lee but on a spa weekend I found on my Kindle and I read this in one go I grew up with schools being called special people called spastic my mothers fear of Down Syndrome and sadly her view this would have been the end of the world I think back if I had been disabled I would not have had t


  9. says:

    I abouselty loved this bookI first saw Lee on BGT and I Immediately became a fan I was so pleased when he won the competition I have been trying to see one of his gigs ever since but sadly have not been able to due to distance and no wheel chair spaces left not Lee's fault Yet for my birthday I was surprised with tickets for Lee's


  10. says:

    We fell in love with Lost Voice Guy in Britain’s Got Talent and in this his first autobiography Lee Ridley opens up about his life in an open and honest view of life as a comic and how his trials and tribulations of living with a disability This book feels like a good friend telling you a story and will make you laugh out loud in pl


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