Read of the Week: Who am I, again? by Lenny Henry

In this intriguing autobiography, Sir Lenny Henry reveals the story of his early life and his sudden rise to fame.

Lenny was raised as one of seven siblings in 70s Britain when it wasn’t so lovely. Luckily, Lenny’s natural ability to make people chuckle and laugh helped him out to overcome consistent racist bullying. Besides, it boosted him to the stage — before he was invited to a TV audition that transformed his life.

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