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Believe Me by Eddie Izzard

Believe Me

  • Paperback $30.00

    Jun 13, 2017 | 560 Pages

  • Hardcover $28.00

    Jun 13, 2017 | 368 Pages

  • Ebook $14.99

    Jun 13, 2017 | 368 Pages

  • CD $50.00

    Jun 13, 2017 | 870 Minutes

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    Jun 13, 2017 | 880 Minutes

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“[A] candid new book…The comedic tour de force [Eddie Izzard] opens up about his mother’s death, coming out as transgender, and his quest for romantic love.”
—Catie Lazarus, Out Magazine

“Beloved British comedian Eddie Izzard [writes] with the same wit and candor that characterizes his stand-up [and] tackles his sexuality, his troubled childhood, and the tumultuous early days of his career, even as he recounts his many excellent roles, albums, and tours.”
—Maris Kreizman, Vulture

“Beloved comedian, actor, and writer Izzard…shares intimate details about his life and is emotionally transparent throughout this splendid memoir…The book is both funny and painful, and ultimately uplifting.”
Publishers Weekly

“This book is a raw, honest exploration of what it means to live your truth, to be unapologetically ambitious, and to walk through fear over and over again. It’s about being brave. And hilarious. It reminded me that walking through fear almost always leads to happiness.”
—Chelsea Handler

“A wicked, beautiful man has written a wicked, beautiful book about his (kind of?) messed up life and it’s…perfect.”
—Patton Oswalt

“I had never heard of Eddie Izzard before, but judging by this delightful memoir, he has a glittering career ahead of him. I particularly enjoyed his descriptions of working in a Vatican slaughterhouse, acting as Deputy Foreign Minister in Gladstone’s first administration, his whacky exploits at his uncle’s Taxidermy Cafe, and his tragic death at the age of only eight at the Morris Dancing Finals in Bruges.”
—John Cleese
 
“Eddie Izzard is my favorite stand-up chameleon.”
—Eric Idle

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