Instructions For Living Someone Else's Life

· Hachette UK
3.5
6 reviews
Ebook
272
Pages

About this ebook

The new novel from the bestselling author of THINGS MY GIRLFRIEND AND I HAVE ARGUED ABOUT.

Chris is 25. He has a job in advertising he despises - despite being naturally brilliant at creating shamelessly successful campaigns - an 'artistic' girlfriend, and his two best mates from university, who spend a lot of time playing pool, drinking Grolsch and quoting lines from Robocop at each other.

But Chris's life is about to change. The eighties are coming to an end and he must take decisive action if he is to fulfil what he suspects is his true potential.

So, after pre-emptively celebrating the fact he is about to hand in his resignation, Chris goes to bed drunk in 1988 but very unexpectedly wakes up in 2006, with an unbelievable hangover, a long-suffering (and worryingly 'old'-looking) stranger for a wife, a life that hasn't turned out the way he had hoped for at all, and an unnerving amount of new body hair...
3.5
6 reviews
Meaghan T
October 7, 2017
Funniest sex scene I've ever read. Mil Millington does it again, his writing is breakneck speed.
Third-party review
Interesting, thought-provoking look at one man's problems with middle age.
Third-party review
Chris is 25, hates his job, though he is talented at it, wants to resign, but never does, and decides that as the 80's are ending now is the time to change his life. He takes his friends and ...

About the author

Mil Millington is the creator of the cult website www.thingsmygirlfriendandIhavearguedabout.com and co-founder of www.theweekly.co.uk. He writes for various newspapers and magazines and was named by the Guardian as one of the top five debut novelist of 2002. Mil lives in the West Midlands with his girlfriend and their two children.

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