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Welcome To The Working Week

by Paul Vlitos

eBooks of the Month Light-Hearted / Humour

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The story is told in a series of emails. Not a new phenomenon and perhaps quite reflective of the way people tend to communicate with each other nowadays but this is a very funny book and for anyone who does communicate via email it will all seem very familiar. Due to the format this will be a quick read but thoroughly enjoyable

Welcome To The Working Week Synopsis

Meet Martin Sargent.

 

 

He hasn't got a girlfriend (not any more, anyway); he hasn't got a flatmate (see point one) and he definitely hasn't got the gift of tact.

 

 

But he has got his mates (against all odds), an office crush and a mum who wants him to welcome Jesus into his life.

 

 

But most pressing of all - Martin's got a disciplinary meeting for improper use of work email...

WELCOME TO THE WORKING WEEK is a flinchingly funny look at modern life and the friends, flirtations and foolishness that keep it running.

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ISBN: 9780752893327
Publication date: 15/05/2008
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780752893327
Publication date: 15th May 2008
Author: Paul Vlitos
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Format: Paperback
Genres: eBook Favourites, Light-Hearted,
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About Paul Vlitos

Paul Vlitos was born in 1979. After obtaining a Master's degree at UCL, he completed his dissertation, 'Eating and Identity in the novels of V.S. Naipaul, Anita Desai, Timothy Mo and Salman Rushdie', and was awarded a PhD from the Cambridge in 2005. His research interests include Indian Writing in English, Caribbean Anglophone Literature, the 19th and 20th Century British Novel, and post-1945 British Literature.

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