Tom got a note from his girlfriend. It says she hasn't left him, but she's gone.
But where the hell is she? When is she coming back? And what is Tom supposed to do in the meantime?
With each new clue to Hayley’s whereabouts, Tom is forced to question whether he truly knows his girlfriend at all. Because who is Hayley really, anyway? Who is this other strange girl following him?
And who, for that matter, is Tom Ditto?
A laugh out loud high concept love story with a mystery at its heart, for fans of Nick Hornby and David Nicholls from the bestselling author of Yes Man and F*** You Very Much
What people are saying about Who is Tom Ditto?:
'Danny Wallace at his very best: funny, assured and relentlessly clever. A brilliant novel' John Niven
'A terrific novel...the plot is wild and unexpected, with a dash of sinister, and it's incredibly funny' The Times
'Wallace is adept at capturing the nuances of the mundane and the ridiculous, while being incredibly funny' Stylist
'A hilarious and fresh take on modern life. Brilliantly written' Heat
Praise for Who is Tom Ditto? - a high concept love story with a mystery at its heart:
An air of mystery and of a past being reconstructed, with a booster shot of comedy…As you would expect from the author of Awkward Situations for Men, the toe-curling embarrassment of much of Tom’s life is well realised
Who is Tom Ditto? is Danny Wallace at his very best: funny, assured and relentlessly clever. A brilliant novel
It’s funny, witty, clever, good-natured – one of those purely enjoyable books you pick up with pleasure and put down with regret. It won’t change your life, but it will brighten it up for a while.
Danny Wallace’s beguiling second novel seduces the reader by stealth with some laugh-out-loud throwaway pieces of astute observational comedy…Wallace probes real issues about what makes us who we are in the internet age. It’s the kind of book you have to ration to avoid it being over too quickly
This is a terrific novel…The plot is wild and unexpected, with a dash of sinister, and it’s incredibly funny
This mystery, written by TV funny man Danny Wallace, will leave you completely mesmerised
Danny is as hilarious as ever
Wallace has scored another hit with this quirky novel…Packed full of gags, this is also a tender and touching story
The Wallace Report is a countrywide survey of 2000 people aged 18 and over comissoned by Danny Wallace as part of his research for his book I Can't Believe You Just Said That which investigates rudeness and its effects in everyday life.