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10 thoughts on “These Things Happen

  1. says:

    This book has left me a little shell shocked if I'm being honest I've called books hard to put down before but the hardest moment to put this o

  2. says:

    This is a great read I'd say 'addictive' but I might seem like kind of a prickIt was hilarious and heartfelt I read it on a plane next

  3. says:

    This book made me feel A lot This book made me feel a lot of things Most often it made me feel like laughing So I laughed Less freuently it made

  4. says:

    Final rating 355This book was funny and sad Fleet manages to blend the two seamlessly creating a well rounded recap of his life There were a lot of moments in which I felt the story dragged There were also some bits I felt were unnecessary page fillers A bit editing would have made this bio effective The story of a 30 year heroin ad

  5. says:

    There seems to be a growing misconception that being a semi famous ex junky gives you the right to publish a book

  6. says:

    I liked this mainly because I like Greg Fleet after seeing him do a stand up routine on TV years ago The routine was very f

  7. says:

    I can’t recall exactly which shows i have seen Greg Fleet perform on but i have watched him either perform standup or appe

  8. says:

    A very raw and honest memoir of an addicts life one that I’m sure was painfully confronting to say the least to put into words

  9. says:

    I kind of remember Greg Fleet from his days as a regular on Full Frontal and some of his stand up and I was uite surprised when I saw a recording of his show 13 Years in a Long Sleeved Shirt when he seemed to be very candid about his seemingly then past hard drug habitI wasn't really sure about reading his memoir I wanted to know what had finally got him the help he needed and I felt reading it from a comedian

  10. says:

    These Things Happen reads as a collection of bite sized vignettes from the life of Greg Fleet Pulling thoughts scenes and stories from early childhood right up until the moment of writing Fleety tells a story of a life propelled by relationships comedy and most especially drugsAs a first hand account of a life of addictio

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Read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Greg Fleet

E's had a drug habit that has delivered him comedy and tragedy in eual partsThese Things Happen is Fleet's hilarious heartbreaking account of the life or death battle for his soul On the high road a genius wit and prodigious work ethic takes him from NIDA and Neighbours to Shakespeare with the MTC and writing and performing award winning theatre around the country and on to acclaim and adoration on stand up stages all. Final rating 355This book was funny and sad Fleet manages to blend the two seamlessly creating a well rounded recap of his life There were a lot of moments in which I felt the story dragged There were also some bits I felt were unnecessary page fillers A bit editing would have made this bio effective The story of a 30 year heroin addiction is confronting at times and I felt that when the story veered off course it lost its impact I did laugh out loud a lot while reading this I just felt that it needed a little editing

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Read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Greg Fleet

Over the world On the low road a yearning for true love mutates in the maelstrom of addiction and leads to an extraordinary downward spiral featuring faked and near deaths sharing houses and needles a six month romance with ice rock bottom and just maybe redemptionGreg Fleet weaves the most mesmeric of memoirs Part sweet poison part guilty pleasure from first gentle kiss to hate fuelled wrecking ball These things happe. I kind of remember Greg Fleet from his days as a regular on Full Frontal and some of his stand up and I was uite surprised when I saw a recording of his show 13 Years in a Long Sleeved Shirt when he seemed to be very candid about his seemingly then past hard drug habitI wasn t really sure about reading his memoir I wanted to know what had finally got him the help he needed and I felt reading it from a comedian s perspective it would be easier reading than some memoirs about this topic although what made me want to chase it up was the Chat 10 Looks 3 Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb podcasts where they told the story of his fatherI m glad I read this it helped me to better understand the processes of drug addictio