Welcome To The Working Week - Paul Vlitos Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752893327 / Author: Paul Vlitos / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2008-05-15 by Orion
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Pages: 352, Edition: Export ed, Paperback, Orion
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by - written on 29/09/08 (Very useful, 238 readings)
"Welcome to the Working Week" is not the sort of book that I'd usually select in the library; in fact it's quite far from it. That's because it's written by a man, now I've nothing against them at all but when I've looked back at the books I've reviewed on here the majority have been by women. It also had a slightly bizarre sounding blurb that sums the book up as a "hilarious look at life and love, all seen through that unforgiving crucible of modern life, the email account." The Author The author is a guy I'd never actually heard of before picking up this book in my local library. Paul Vlitos was born in Oxford in the 1970s and ... Read the complete review
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