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Loonyology: The Autobiography of Britain's Most Notorious Prisoner

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Lifer Charlie Bronson's reputation precedes him - 'Britain's most violent prisoner' - or does it? Do we really know the true Charlie, or are our impressions the result of media hype? Well, what is in no doubt is that Loonyology is 200% Bronson and will transport the reader on the dizziest no-holds-barred roller-coaster ride of their lives, from suspense and shock to laught ...more
ebook, 482 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by Apex Publishing (first published June 1st 2008)
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Kev Green
I picked this book up with some excitement, hoping that as a psychologist I'd be able to get into CB's head. I did and sadly was pretty disappointed. The book, about the protagonist Charles Bronson, allegedly the hardest and craziest person in modern day prison history. It's supposedly written in the first person in mixed tenses.

Bronson fails to convince me that he's anything other than borderline insane. His constant reference to the term 'Loonyology' becomes boring. It's almost as if he wants
This is the 2nd of Charles Bronson's books I've had the privilege to read and I must get my hands on the others as soon as I can. Loonyology made me laugh, cry, gasp out loud and that was before I had got to page 50. This gentleman (& I do not use that loosely) deserves to live his life free from constraints - those constraints being politicians who wouldn't know a real gentleman from a frog. Long live Charlie Bronson
Dylan Simkin
Worth reading just to reason he is not a hero and he would admit that too
Demien Hieriem
brilliant... humour at the edge of madness.
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English criminal and former bare knuckle boxer.

Bronson is often referred to in the British press as the "most violent prisoner in Britain".Bronson wasa petty criminal before being sentenced to seven years imprisonment in 1974.

While in prison, he began making a name for himself as a loose cannon, often fighting convicts and prison officers. He also embarked on one-man rooftop protests. He was rel
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