E Squared

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Transworld, Jan 26, 2010 - Fiction - 512 pages
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Out of the ashes of doomed ad agency Miller Shanks has risen Meerkat 360, a very 21st century workplace. Staff include David Crutton, an MD with the worst email signature in history; Milton Keane, a definitely-straight PA with a yearning for reality tv fame; Liam O'Keefe, a creative with an online gambling addiction who may be linked with the contents of the stationery cupboard appearing on eBay; and Harvey Harvey, a creative who politely replies to pornographic spam and who might just have met his future wife online - a rich Nigerian princess in deep trouble...

Told entirely via emails, texts, webchat and blogs, the long-awaited follow up to E is a hilariously funny insight into the hearts, minds and inboxes of the world's most engagingly dysfunctional ad agency.

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User Review  - Kevinbw309 - LibraryThing

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I thought it was better than the original and short story sequel. However, to be able to fully understand and appreciate the book, I recommend reading the original ... Read full review

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User Review  - Oreillynsf - LibraryThing

A great read, if not quite as hilarious as the original. But a great read nonetheless. A farcical portrayal of the ad biz that rings all too true to this grizzled, dried up ad guy. The protrayal of ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Matt Beaumont has never worked in the advertising business and he has never met anyone who does. In fact, he has never seen a single advert in his life. Not one! This novel is entirely made up.
He has a vaguely informative website: www.letstalkaboutme.com

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