'So funny' Noel Fielding
'Brilliantly funny' Shappi Khorsandi
'Hilarious' Tim Minchin
'Warm and funny' Frank Cottrell-Boyce
Can you imagine a world with no screens? Don't miss the hilarious new 'what-if' adventure from bestselling author, comedian, and presenter Danny Wallace.
When ten-year-old Stella wakes up to discover a world full of BLANK screens, her family, town, and in fact the whole world seems to have been thrown into chaos. And what about poor Grandma who is stranded at the other end of the country?
Cue a rollicking madcap road trip, full of driving disasters and family fallouts, as they set off on a rescue mission. And along the way Stella and her family discover that being away from screens might not be the WORST THING EVER, and even though they might not be able to rely on technology anymore, they can rely on each other instead.
*DON’T MISS THE LUCKIEST KID IN THE WORLD – THE BRAND NEW COMEDY ADVENTURE FROM DANNY WALLACE. OUT NOW!*
Other books by Danny Wallace:
The Luckiest Kid in the World
Hamish and the Worldstoppers
Hamish and the Neverpeople
Hamish and the Gravity Burp
Hamish and the Baby Boom
Hamish and the Terrible Terrible Christmas and Other Stories
Hamish and the Monster Patrol
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About Danny Wallace
Danny Wallace is an award-winning author, filmmaker, comedian, actor, and television and radio host. He’s written for GQ, The Guardian, The Independent, Elle, and many others, as well as hosting a weekly column for Shortlist Magazine, which is read by more than 1.3 million people weekly. His previous books include Yes Man (made into the Jim Carrey movie of the same name), Friends Like These, and Awkward Situations for Men. He is formerly a BBC Comedy producer (notably The Mighty Boosh), then Head of Development, New Comedy at the BBC.
About Rosie Jones
Imogen Church, an Earphones Award-winning narrator, trained as an actress at the Drama Centre London, under Christopher Fettes, Yat Malmgren, and Reuven Adiv. Since graduating, she has worked extensively in theater, film, commercials, and comedy sketch work, and she also works regularly as a voice artist. As a screenwriter, her first screenplay won the 2009 award for Best Feature Screenplay at the Reel Women Film Festival in Los Angeles.