Overheard Paperback – 29 Jul 2011
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About the Author
Mark is a freelance writer, and editor and has worked on a number of print publications and web/TV tie-in projects including, In Search of Shakespeare, Celebrity Big Brother 7 and Restoration. He was also a contributor to the Emmy Award winning TV comedy series Smack the Pony. Jacqui Saunders has previously worked as a hand model, a muralist, an illustrator and a set and party stylist. She is currently a lecturer in art and design and writes for an interior design publication. Jacqui and Mark are married and live together with their two children in Bedfordshire.
Top Customer Reviews
ALANA: Miss. Is Van Gogh spelt G.O.T.H as in goth?
MRS GREEN: No Alana. It's spelt G.O.G.H not like goth as in Gothic.
ALANA: (sniffy): And what's wrong with goths?
MRS GREEN: Absolutely nothing. In fact, my husband used to be one.
TIM: Your husband? What, Mr Watts?
MRS GREEN: Nooo, Tim. Mr Watts is married to Mrs Watts. Mr Watts is simply my department head. We work together. We are not married. Contrary to popular opinion, not all teachers are married to each other.
TIM: Do you mean Mrs Watts the Italian teacher?
MRS GREEN: (sighing) I think we'd better stop this conversation now.
Don't waste your money on this book.
i think unintentionally tis is acting as a marvellous piece of social commentary. When historians try to picture life in 2010 was like in Britain they could do a lot worse than look here! i would love one of these books from every decade in history.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very enjoyable book - some parts made me laugh out loud. Easy to read and a good way to pass the time. Recommended.Published on 30 Aug. 2012 by hula-girl12
I enjoyed it. Some conversations may be 'boring' but then some conversations are not... Real life has a mixture of conversations. Read morePublished on 29 Dec. 2009 by Velvet
I love this book!I haven't laughed so much in ages and I now listen to people's conversations in public much more than I used to(ok so it could be classed as nosy but heyho)and... Read morePublished on 9 July 2009 by Mrs. E. Mann