Brian Fish, born in 1920 just after the end of the First World War will be releasing his autobiography to mark the tenth decade of his life on April 17th.
Over ten chapters covering ten decades, Brian chronicles his life first hand from his juvenile years, where he was school friends with Richard and David Attenborough, up to the present day. From his experiences during the Second World War, where he served in Burma with the Royal Engineers, through his years working as an explosives engineer, a research scientist and Director of the Institute of Quarrying, Brian retells his life in a captivating and engaging way.
Every chapter deals with a single decade, the general nature of which is indicated by the title. In his particularly long, interesting and active life the author travelled widely. The accounts of the people he met and the places he encountered are distinctive elements of the book. Also his very varied professional experience, in several occupations, is a further distinctive feature.
Release date: April 17th 2017.