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A year in the life of Gogglebox's Giles and Mary, as Giles is swamped by Mary's hoarding, Mary is a pawn in the Easel Wars, Giles frames Mary in a dishwasher showdown and Mary struggles with vexatious laundry.

Give a little bit of Giles and Mary, this Christmas.

Giles is a countryman who relishes solitude. His wife Mary thrives in company and enjoys frequent escapes to London.

After thirty years in a marriage of opposites, Giles and Mary have adapted to a life of domestic misunderstandings within comical misadventures.

In The Diary of Two Nobodies, you will have the unique opportunity to discover, first hand, what occurs when a man who sees himself as a cross between Mr Bean and Basil Fawlty shares his life with a woman who identifies closely with the Queen.

Featuring original illustrations by the artist Giles, himself.

Formats & editions

  • Hardback

    9780753548165

    November 15, 2017

    Virgin Books

    RRP $35.00

    Online retailers

    • Abbey's Bookshop
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    • Boomerang Books
    • Collins Booksellers
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    • The Nile
    • QBD
    • Readings
    • Robinsons Bookshop
    Or

    Find your local bookstore at booksellers.org.au

  • EBook

    9780753548172

    November 2, 2017

    Virgin Digital

    256 pages

    Online retailers

    • iBooks
    • Amazon Kindle
    • Booktopia
    • eBooks
    • Google Play
    • Kobo
    Or

    Find your local bookstore at booksellers.org.au

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