The hilarious account of eighteen miserable years in the life of a Labour supporter.
John O'Farrell is the author of seven books. His first book, Things Can Only Get Better, was a number one bestseller and was dramatized for BBC Radio 4. The Best a Man Can Get was the bestselling debut novel of 2002. As well as being a bestselling author, John O'Farrell is a regular contributor to television and radio. For the past five years he has written a weekly humorous column for the Guardian, three collections of which have been published as Global Village Idiot, I Blame the Scapegoats and I Have a Bream.
"'The funniest book I have read for two and a half years'" --
"'The whingeing memoirs of a snivelling leftie. The man should be shot'" -- Jack Dee
"'Very funny'" * Mail on Sunday *
"'Excellent...Whatever your politics Things Can Only Get Better will make you laugh out loud'" -- Angus Deayton
"'Very funny'" * The Times *