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The author of the book: Danny Wallace
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Date of issue: May 2012
ISBN 13: 9788807019005
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Londra, Charlotte Street. Jason Priestley – ex insegnante, ex fidanzato cronico, aspirante giornalista ed eroe riluttante – ha appena incontrato la sua Cenerentola. Cercava di salire su un taxi tenendo in equilibrio un’incredibile montagna di sacchetti, borse e pacchi, senza riuscirci. Jason è intervenuto in suo aiuto, e i loro sguardi si sono incrociati per un magico istante pieno di promesse. Un attimo dopo, lei se ne è andata. Ma a Jason è rimasto per sbaglio qualcosa in mano, una macchina fotografica usa e getta piena di foto già scattate...
Ora si trova di fronte a un dilemma: deve rintracciare la ragazza o rispettare la sua privacy? Cercarla significherebbe seguire il consiglio di Dev, il vulcanico amico con il quale Jason condivide casa, bevute e (dis)avventure. Insieme, dovrebbero imbarcarsi in una rocambolesca caccia al tesoro seguendo gli unici indizi che hanno, ancora gelosamente custoditi nella macchina fotografica.
Tra tentennamenti, errori e complicazioni di ogni genere, Jason imparerà una lezione importante, ovvero che, nel tempo di un clic, le cose si possono sviluppare in modo del tutto inaspettato...
Una tenera storia d’amore, un pizzico di mistero e un irresistibile “tour” per le vie della capitale britannica. Una intensa commedia romantica, l’esordio narrativo di uno dei più brillanti talenti del mondo dello spettacolo inglese.
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Read information about the authorDaniel Frederick Wallace is a British filmmaker, comedian, writer, actor, and presenter of radio and television. His notable works include the books Join Me, Yes Man, and the TV series How to Start Your Own Country. As an author, Wallace's bestselling books have been translated into more than a dozen languages.
He began writing reviews for video game magazines at the age of 13 for school work experience: a reviewer had become ill and so Wallace was given the opportunity to review a game. At 18 he started writing comedy, mainly through the magazine Comedy Review. He specialised in radio production at the University of Westminster.
At 22, he became a BBC producer. He was part of the production team behind British Comedy Award-winning Dead Ringers, the original producer of the critically acclaimed cult hit The Mighty Boosh, and the creator and producer of Ross Noble Goes Global. As a journalist, Wallace has worked for The Scotsman, The Guardian, The Independent, Elle, Cosmo, The Times and other publications.
In 1999, Wallace challenged comedian Dave Gorman, who at the time was his flatmate, to find 54 other people called Dave Gorman ("one for every card in the deck, including the Jokers"). Wallace accompanied Gorman on his quest and the men created Are You Dave Gorman?, an award-winning comedy stage show about what happened during their journey. A BBC series, also co-written and co-produced by Wallace, followed, as did a book, written by both men.
In 2003, Wallace's book Join Me was published. The book explains how he "accidentally started a 'cult'" called Join Me. The movement would go global, with each member committing to undertaking one random act of kindness for a stranger every Friday ("Good Fridays"). Tens of thousands joined. Join Me celebrates "Karmageddon 10" in December 2011. Traditionally, hundreds of members travel to London for the meet-up and undertake good deeds for strangers, with Wallace present. The movement is now generally referred to as the "Karma Army", although members are still typically "Joinees". He became a minor celebrity in Belgium whilst on his quest for Joinees. While on a book tour through America, Wallace was dubbed a "Generation X legend" by the Wisconsin State Journal.
Wallace next wrote a short book called Random Acts of Kindness: 365 Ways To Make the World A Better Place, with the help of submissions from Joinees. It includes many humorous Random Acts of Kindness (RAoK) ideas, such as "Contradict Demeaning Graffiti", and "Make An Old Man Very Happy."
Wallace's second solo book, Yes Man was published in July 2005. In it, he describes how he spent six months "saying Yes where once I would have said No", to make his life more interesting and positive. In this book he shows the tribulations and mischief that he got up to while he said yes to any question or proposal. The book was described as "one of those rare books that actually has the potential to change your life" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian and as "a fascinating book and a fascinating experiment" by David Letterman. A film adaptation of Yes Man was developed with Warner Bros. and stars Jim Carrey and Zooey Deschanel. It was released in 2008 in the US and the UK. Wallace appeared on screen in a cameo in a bar scene in the last ten minutes of the film, holding a British pint glass.
Danny Wallace and the Centre of the Universe was published in 2006. It is linked with World Book Day which in 2006 was on Thursday 2 March. It tells the story of Wallace's trip to Idaho, to visit a manhole cover in a small town, whose residents have proclaimed it the centre of the universe. The cover identifies it as a "Quick Read"; the price and length of the book have been curbed in order to encourage people who may not often read books to purchase it.
Wallace's book, Friends Like These, was released on the 3 July 2008, and tells the story of how he spent a summer trying to track down his old school friends from his days in Dundee,
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