Him & Me

  • by Jack Whitehall, Michael Whitehall
  • Narrated by Jack Whitehall, Michael Whitehall
  • 9 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jack and Michael Whitehall perform their laugh-out-loud autobiography Him & Me as a unique dual-voiced comedy audiobook, filled with ad-libs, asides, and comic dialogue to create a uniquely funny listen.
Jack and Michael open up the rich and plentiful family lore archives on topics such as Jack’s nanny’s enormous feet, Michael’s lifetime touchline ban from Jack’s prep-school and the Whitehall collection of downright weird and eccentric relatives.
With family photographs and sketches by Jack himself, the result is a hugely entertaining insight into a hilarious and sometimes bumpy journey of self-discovery and into the unique relationship between a father and a son. The devotees that adore and worship Jack are already embracing his lovably grumpy father, who is rather enjoying his newfound fame.
Watch out, fans of Reeves & Mortimer, Walliams & Lucas, Morecambe & Wise, there’s a new comedy duo in town. This edition features an extra final chapter, recorded exclusively for Audible listeners.


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Customer Reviews

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The most fun you can have with your clothes on!

Would you listen to Him & Me again? Why?

I have already started to re-listen, as I missed some bits as I was laughing so much.

What about Jack Whitehall and Michael Whitehall ’s performance did you like?

I have no doubt that this would be a great book to read, but it is best enjoyed as an audiobook. The real enjoyment comes from the many asides, sighs, occasional spats but overall deep affection between the father and son.

Any additional comments?

I very rarely 'review' books on any sites, but this one is kept me amused for several hours and I received several strange looks as I sat at the traffic lights laughing so hard I was almost crying.

The best book I have listened to this year.

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- Jane

What a unique and refreshing change !

At last, a book that is written and narrated with humour and intelligence. The interplay between Jack and his father is entertaining largely because they are equally matched. Such a refreshing idea to have a memoir told from the perspectives of two generations. I already knew of Jack's comedic abilities from his TV appearances but knew nothing about father, Michael Whitehall - who is a wonderful character with a very droll delivery and a wealth of ancedotes. I hope they will consider writing another book together - and might include chapters from Jack's mother and siblings and even some of the celebrities that Micheal has managed over the years. Nigel Havers.... what a additional treat that would be !
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- Sue McW

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-10-2013
  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd