One Seriously Messed-Up Weekend in the Otherwise Un-Messed-Up Life of Jack Samsonite by Tom Clempson
  

Synopsis

One Seriously Messed-Up Weekend in the Otherwise Un-Messed-Up Life of Jack Samsonite by Tom Clempson

Jack Samsonite's Foolish Plan for Being Amazing at Everything (including getting a life, getting into Film School, and getting into a girl's knickers) 1.Make an amazing(ly bad) short film about zombies ...or maybe superheroes ...or just three idiot friends. It has to be deep and meaningful and (most importantly) has to have a scene where I kiss a girl on the mouth. 2.Write the world's best university application ever! (Or at least one that doesn't make me seem like a nob). 3.Don't get expelled trying to complete 1 & 2. It can't possibly fail ...right?

About the Author

Tom Clempson has written and directed over a dozen short films and after seven years working as a Modelmaker in the Film & Television industry, on projects such as 'The Corpse Bride', 'Fantastic Mr Fox', and 'Frankenweenie'. Tom now lives in Manchester and is currently at work on his second novel.

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Format

Paperback
352 pages
Interest Age: 12+

Author

Tom Clempson
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Publisher

ATOM an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group

Publication date

7th March 2013

ISBN

9781907411694


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