Weekend Reading List

In ‘Instructions for Living Someone Else’s Life’ by Mil Millington, 25-year-old Chris Mortimer wakes up after one drunken night as a 43-year old, with no clue how he got there. His friends think it’s just a mid-life crisis, and if things aren’t bad enough, he’s also in advertising.

Jul 09, 2010 07:00:00 AM | Article | Campaign India Team

In ‘Instructions for Living Someone Else’s Life’ by Mil Millington, 25-year-old Chris Mortimer wakes up after one drunken night as a 43-year old, with no clue how he got there. His friends think it’s just a mid-life crisis, and if things aren’t bad enough, he’s also in advertising.

Read the Amazon reviews here and Milington’s website that made him famous enough to write his first book back in 2002, here.