Synopses & Reviews
Everyone knows the best things in life are freebut it's easy to forget in a world of continuous commercials and competitive consumerism. In this witty, inspiring, and beautifully illustrated book, Alex Quick reminds us how many of the really important things can be done on less than a shoestring.
102 terrific ideas that prove the best things in life really are free.
About the Author
Alex Quick writes and lives in Norfolk, UK, and tries not always successfully to follow the advice in this book. He is the author, under a different name, of several critically acclaimed novels (about the most recent, the Daily Telegraph reviewer wrote: 'A beautifully crafted work of fiction, graduating from a low-key opening into a real page-turner . . . Dexter proves himself a master of many moods. He couldn't write a phoney sentence if he tried: every word has the ring of unvarnished truth. The result is one of the year's most impressive -- and affecting -- debuts.'), as well as, under the pseudonym Alex Quick, of 102 ways to write a novel and, coming this autumn, 102 English things to do.