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Do-Not Press, 2004 - Fiction - 281 pages
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Charlie is woken one night to be told it's the end of the world. So what's he supposed to do about it? He can save himself by proving that he's performed one simple worthwhile act in his life. Oddly enough, that's where the story begins. "Einstein is an outrageous comedy of high anxieties and low morals. A rollercoaster adventure embracing everything important, from modern art to militant mothers, from battery chickens to the Meaning of Life. And then there was the dog...His last book, "Mr. Romance (available from Dufour) was well received by all his fans.

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Gibson was educated at Somerford Junior School and Somerford Secondary Modern (now the Grange) where he failed to make an impression but finished a toast rack in woodwork. When he left school, he wanted to be a painter but joined a Bournemouth advertising agency on the advice of the careers' master who thought advertising was 'something artistic'. He trained to be an art director and a few months later was offered a job as a junior copywriter at J Walter Thompson in Berkeley Square.

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