Matt Forde is brilliant at finding the comedy which often accompanies political life. This book made me laugh out loud - and wince in recognition.
Matt Forde proves that the personal is political, and that it can be very funny too. It's not every day you get a tour around a comedian's inner workings.
Matt Forde is one of the funniest people I have ever met. He is also one of the most underrated political commentators in the country. Read this book if you want to learn about politics and laugh at the same time.
Anyone who has ever seen Matt Forde on stage knows he's funny, smart and politically spot on. So is this book
Politically Homeless is both searingly insightful and laugh-out-loud hilarious
Matt Forde's love of politics seems to have brought him only pain. Luckily his account of his own suffering is a hilarious read for the rest of us
A truly rare breed of political comedian who succeeds in being hilarious whether you agree with him or not
Absolutely brilliant. I didn't want the book to end but I'm glad Fordy's political career did. And I mean that as both a compliment and not a compliment
Definitely one of the books I will claim to have read this year
Rarely is such an important book this funny. And rarely is such a funny book this important
This book is smarter and funnier than Donald Trump. Matt Forde was so bad at politics that I'd have considered working for him
That Matt Forde is able to make the current political shit-show funny shows his genius. You'll be laughing too hard to notice, but this is a very clever book
The second funniest book I have read about being a Labour supporter from Blair to Brexit
Wise and witty - the must-read (and will-make-you-laugh-out-loud) confessions of a political obsessive. Dazzling stuff
Passionate, hilarious, thought-provoking and packed with political insight and life wisdom
Matt Forde is one of my favourite comedians and this book is fantastic
This is the funniest book I've read in ages, but then I do read very serious books
Matt Forde is one the cleverest and funniest people I know. He has managed to find humour and insight in a time when they are sorely missing from not only politics but life in general. This book is better than mine and I hate him for that
Funny, fierce and genuinely moving
It would be impressive for anyone to bring such surgical precision to either comedy or political analysis. Forde's ability to bring it to both - in spades - is truly remarkable. A sparkling jewel of a book
Funny and approachable, just like Matt himself
Also politically homeless, I expected to either laugh or cry at this book. I cried with laughter
Insightful, witty and measured, it's the perfect political antidote to politics right now!
There are some laugh-out-loud lines, alongside a few centrist dad jokes, as Twitter might call them - most of which are unprintable here. But he's certainly perceptive.
An amusing account... that probably speaks for many others