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Logging Off From Bestselling Author Nick Spalding Comes A Laugh Out Loud Story About Getting Offline And Getting On With LifeAndy Bellows Is In A Right State Plagued With Insomnia, Anxiety And Neckache, He S Convinced There S Something Seriously Wrong With Him And The Worst Thing Is That His Doctor Agrees The Diagnosis Andy Is In The Grip Of A Self Destructive Addiction To Technology He Just Cannot Put That Bloody Mobile Phone DownTexting, Tweeting, Gaming And Online Dating Technology Rules Andy S Life His Phone Even Monitors His Bowel Movements So How Will He Cope When He S Forced To Follow Doctor S Orders And Step Away From All Of His Beloved Screens From Having To Leave The Flat In Search Of Food Like Some Kind Of Neanderthal To Engaging In Conversations With Actual People, Andy S About To Discover Just How Bewildering And Scary The Analogue World Can BeAnd When His Sixty Day Detox Hits The Headlines Making Him A Hero To Suffering Technophiles Everywhere Andy Is Sorely Tempted To Pack It All In And Escape In The Nearest UberCan He Get Himself Out Of This Mess, And Work Out How To Live A Better, Technologically Balanced Life Without Consulting Google Even Once


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10 thoughts on “Logging Off

  1. Priya Shrinath Priya Shrinath says:

    This is the most fun filled male centric novel I ve ever read I laughed, giggled almost every single chapter and loved it.Andy Bellows, a freelance graphic designer is addicted to internet and everything online So addicted that he has a habit of googling every symptom he has and getting diagnosed online without consulting an actual doctor Oh did I tell you about the App he uses


  2. Laura McToal Laura McToal says:

    Andy is ridiculously addicted to the internet To such an extent that he barely manages not to defecate all over himself at an interview and experiences symptoms similar to a stroke in said interview.He books himself a Drs appointnent, spends the time leading up to the appointment Googling his symptoms always a great idea , to be told by his GP that he needs a technology detox.Now


  3. Mikayla Upcott Mikayla Upcott says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Andy Bellows as a character and his journey of detoxing from social media, smartphones, and the internet in general He is funny, bumbling, and lovable Andy Bellows, graphic designer, goes to see his doctor with symptoms of IBS, a painfully locked jaw, and a sore neck His doctor suggests a radical detox from the digital world, and Andy grudgingly follows through


  4. Sean Sean says:

    Andy Bellows is an everyman Someone most people can identify with If you are not like him, you know someone who is That s what makes his character so great It s very easy to identify with his trails and his foibles His problems are very timely, in fact, this book could be ahead of the curve, in address the over reliance on technology, specifically online In its way, it s a wake up ca


  5. Sean Sean says:

    Andy Bellows is an everyman Someone most people can identify with If you are not like him, you know someone who is That s what makes his character so great It s very easy to identify with his trails and his foibles His problems are very timely, in fact, this book could be ahead of the curve, in address the over reliance on technology, specifically online In its way, it s a wake up call


  6. Naomi Cook Naomi Cook says:

    Another funny, witty and thought provoking read from Nick Spalding.When main character Andy Bellows finds himself in a sticky situation at a work presentation he decides there is no alternative to visit the doctor that is after he has diagnosed himself with 5 types of cancer using Google The diagnosis Andy spends too long connected to the online world and needs to embark on a digital det


  7. Noreen Anastasia Noreen Anastasia says:

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced eARC in exchange for my honest opinion Quick read about the effects technology has on society Andy Bellows is a 30 something graphic designer, with a strong penchant for overuse of screen time This culminates in a wide variety of physical ills leading to a very uncomfortable bathroom event during a pitch His doctor recommends cutting out all things web b


  8. Fiona Mccormick Fiona Mccormick says:

    I literally cried laughing at this book I love Nick Spalding s sense of humour and his books always make me laugh Some of the opening scenes where Andy is being interviewed were hysterically funny After Andy realises the amount of stress he is causing himself by living his entire life online, he attempts to detox from technology Some of the situations he finds himself in are just incredible


  9. Isabella Isabella says:

    As is always the case with a Nick Spalding s book, I loved it His brilliant use of the language could again be worth the reading alone This is top comedy and intelligent humour on a very serious matter and I think many will have a few home truths delivered while effortlessly reading what can be a very light, very funny story or the report on the recovery of an addict Or a beautiful, heart warm


  10. Sarah Sarah says:

    This is the first Nick Spalding book I ve read and I found it so easy to get into and enjoy, it s a very accessible book and also incredibly relatable The concept of a digital detox is very relevant as we are all getting and reliant on technology which as illustrated so well in this has both pros and cons I loved following the thoughts going through Andy s mind as he despaired at the impact th


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