A new book that is heartfelt and hilarious about making the world a better, less annoying place one wish at a time.
Making the world a better, less annoying place - one wish at a time.
Do you hate gambling ads, pre-ripped jeans and pedestrians who walk five abreast?
Do you also have a problem with plastic-wrapped fruit, climate-change deniers and takeaway sandwiches priced at $14.95?
And, most of all, do you think the world would be a better place if people got back their sense of humour?
Here's proof you are not alone. Heartfelt and hilarious, serious but sly, Best Wishes is the Encyclopedia of 'Can Do Better'.
About the author
Richard Glover has written a number of bestselling books, including Love, Clancy, The Land Before Avocado, Flesh Wounds and The Mud House.
He writes regularly for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Washington Post and presents the comedy program Thank God It's Friday on ABC Local Radio.
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