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Being more of a grown up brings its own baffling etiquette and expected social graces, and no-one has told Danny. Join Danny once again on his stumble through more Awkward Situations.

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Available for order right this very second. What happens if you find an old address book? And what happens if that addess book contains within it the names of your twelve best friends as a kid? He owns a shed. He has display cushions. And then one day he finds that address book. Instead, he was avoiding people. Texting instead of calling. Calling instead of meeting. Look inside the book. Danny Wallace wanted to write about a place so special and so crucial to our existence that it had never before been tackled: Until he heard about a manhole cover, on a small street, in a small town, tucked away in a remote part of Idaho.

The manhole cover had been declared the Centre of the Universe.


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The mayor had the science to back it up. And the name of the town? Danny Wallace found out, and within months was the Leader of a global phenomenon… people placed their faith in their unknown Leader, and pretty soon it became clear he had to come up with something for everyone to do…. As a result, his thousands of followers dubbed the Karma Army made people happier the length and breadth of the country.

Now, in Random Acts of Kindness, Danny and the gang bring you a hilarious, heartwarming book to encourage you to perform Random Acts of your own. Buy an old lady a hat! Give a policeman a helium balloon! Hand a stranger your umbrella! Read it, learn it, and start making your world the nicer place, today!

They lose their shoes in Norway, and their minds along the way. Silly, but engrossing, fascinating and addictive — and a touching story of two friends who grow to share a mutual obsession. Join Danny's mailing list: Join Danny's mailing list Subscribe.

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Books Games Radio Television. And what he discovers can be pretty frightening… Pre-order immediately! Aug 26, Sarah Goode rated it liked it. Nov 24, Chris Lloyd rated it liked it. A nice little book you could read in one sitting. An interesting story of an adventure into humanity and belonging. Jul 07, Natalie rated it liked it.

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Danny goes to Idaho, he can make anything sound like a truly amazing adventure. I have read all his books and therefor found this one far too short. And the wrighting too big, I felt like a child. Jan 07, Lexi rated it liked it Shelves: This is a "Quick Reads" book, meaning it's only a little over a hundred pages of large print.

It definitely lived up to the "quick" part, but was still an enjoyably funny little short story. Aug 16, Lauren rated it liked it. A quick read in typical Wallace style. Jun 20, Becky rated it it was amazing. May 01, Alison rated it liked it. It was funny and Danny has a very easy writing style which flowed well and drew me into the story. Feb 06, Richard rated it liked it Shelves: What you have come to expect from Mr Wallace in a quick read book, if you have a two hour journey it will help pass the time. Jul 10, Den rated it it was ok Shelves: There are not many Quick Reads I don't enjoy but this was one of them.

The story just didn't appeal to me.


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  7. Perhaps on a different day it might have been different but not this time. Feb 29, Danielle Lemon rated it liked it. This book is a light quick read - the "foreigner in Smalltown USA" theme lasts just long enough to be endearing, not tiresome. Apr 17, Mirka rated it did not like it Shelves: A wannabe Douglas Coupland with few funny jokes but not a single original or insightful observation. Oct 28, David rated it it was amazing. Not a alot of people can make me laugh out loud like Danny Wallace.

    Aug 23, Discoverylover rated it liked it Shelves: Riiiiiiiiiiiiight - thanks for sending me this gem Pete! Kinda random, but I liked the ending! I've got the perfect place to leave this: Aug 12, Adi Alsaid rated it really liked it. Danny Wallace really knows how to finish a book, even a short and silly one, and leave you feeling good about what you've just read.

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    Jul 12, Emma Brock rated it liked it. Apr 25, Fiona Ross rated it it was amazing. I'm a huge fan of DW. I loved this book and I look forward to reading all his other works. Oct 12, Adrienne Kennelly rated it liked it.

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    Short little story, pretty funny Aug 08, Zzoeeeee rated it it was ok. Amusing enough for a restless night. Not really worth buying though. May 02, Thomas rated it it was amazing. An absolutely hilarious, if not ridiculous journey, to Idaho. Apr 05, Carl Andreas rated it really liked it. Not Wallace's best, but still quite enjoyable.

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    Daniel Frederick Wallace is a British filmmaker, comedian, writer, actor, and presenter of radio and television. 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 exper Daniel Frederick Wallace is a British filmmaker, comedian, writer, actor, and presenter of radio and television.

    He began writing reviews for video game magazines at the age of 13 for school work experience: 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. In , 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". A BBC series, also co-written and co-produced by Wallace, followed, as did a book, written by both men.

    In , 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 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. Wallace next wrote a short book called Random Acts of Kindness: 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.