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  • As a narrator, stroppy of tongue but melting of heart, O'Grady still charms and tickles. The comic scenes with his truly mythological mum ("the Madame Defarge of Tranmere"; "Columbo in a flannelette nightie"; "Eleanor of Aquitaine with a chip-pan") can touch the hem of Alan Bennett's robe... Leaves most fiction and history of the era in the dust.

    Boyd Tonkin, Independent
  • Paul O'Grady's life has already filled two excellent volumes... Still Standing is another enjoyable and colourful read.

    Roland White, The Sunday Times
  • Honest, funny and supremely readable.

    Sunday Express
  • I absolutely loved it.

    Alan Carr
  • O'Grady has a playwright's ear for dialogue, and his salty descriptions of raucous gigs in rundown pubs are a rude delight.

    Independent

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