Return Of The Timewaster Letters (Paperback)
  • Return Of The Timewaster Letters (Paperback)

Return Of The Timewaster Letters (Paperback)

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Published: 05/10/2006
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'Even funnier than the funniest book I've read' - Matt Lucas

In his 2004 bestseller The Timewaster Letters, Robin Cooper plagued everyone from the Campaign for Courtesy to the British Halibut Association with his bizarre and surreal written requests. In Return of the Timewaster Letters, he delivers another wonderful collection of his polite, persistent and peculiar correspondence.

Whether he is raising money for his nationwide hair-drying tour, booking a hotel room for his robot calf, or just trying to get rid of half a ton of unwanted herring, Robin's imagination, as ever, knows no bounds . . .

As featured in the The Timewaster Letters Compendium audiobook read by comedy giants, Dawn French, Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Popper.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751539424
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 173 g
Dimensions: 135 x 200 x 14 mm


One of the great correspondents of our age - DAILY TELEGRAPH

Hilarious and absurd - OBSERVER

Hilarious . . . a rich comic book that deserves more than to sit on a pile next to the toilet - TIME OUT

Even funnier than the funniest book I've ever read - Matt Lucas

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“Return of the Timewaster Letters”

I didn't find this as funny as the original book, but it was still pretty amusing. My personal favourites were the letter to Tony Blair and the letter to Prince Charles, absolutely hilairous.
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