From the bestselling author of Going Gently and the hugely successful autobiography I Didn't Get Where I Am Today. Reginald Iolanthe Perrin is sick to death with selling exotic ices at Sunshine Desserts. He's fed up with his boss C.J. who delights in making his life hell. And he's had enough of his eager young assistants who think everything is 'super'. So begins Reggie's battle against consumerism. Driven to desperation by the rat race and the unpunctuality of Britain's trains, Reggie's small eccentricities escalate to the extreme. Until, finally, he leaves behind the unacceptable face of capitalism altogether. Driven off in a motorised jelly, and creating the world's biggest loganberry slick on his way, he dumps his clothes on a Dorset beach and sets off for new adventures...
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Reginald Perrin is fed up with his boss and sick of selling ices. Driven to desperation, Reggie begins his battle against consumerism, driving off in a motorized jelly, and creating the world's biggest loganberry stick on the way. He dumps his clothes on a Dorset beach, and starts a new life.About the Author:
David Nobbs was born in Kent. After university, he entered the army, then tried his hand at journalism and advertising before becoming a writer. A distinguished novelist and comedy writer, he lives near Harrogate with his wife Susan.
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1976. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0140042024