Every Day Is a Holiday

  • by George Mahood
  • Narrated by James Elliott
  • 7 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

George Mahood had a nice, easy, comfortable life. He had a job, a house, a wife, and kids. But something was missing. He was stuck in a routine of working, changing nappies, and cleaning up cat sick. He felt like he was missing out on a lot of what the world had to offer. He then discovered that it was Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day. The day after that was National Curmudgeon Day, and the day after that was Inane Answering Machine Message Day.
In fact, the calendar is full of these quirky, weird, and wonderful events. He realized that somebody somewhere had created these holidays, believing that they were important enough to warrant their own official day. Surely he should therefore be more appreciative of their existence? So he decided to try and celebrate them all. As you do. He hoped that at the end of the challenge he would be transformed into a happier, more intelligent and more content person.
Follow George on his hilarious, life-changing adventure as he tries to balance his normal life with a wealth of new experiences, people, facts, and ridiculous situations. It's a rip-roaring, life-affirming, roller coaster of a ride, where every day is a holiday.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

George Mahood does it again

Since coming across George Mahood in Free Country I have enjoyed reading all his other offerings and thoroughly recommended his work, you feel as though you are accompanying him through his daily adventures and there are some genuine laugh out loud moments I hope to see more off his books available on Audible.
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- Daniel Stamp

Not very inspiring book

Would you try another book written by George Mahood or narrated by James Elliott?


What was most disappointing about George Mahood’s story?

Disjointed! The idea is interesting but the book was really disjointed with no story to tell.

What didn’t you like about James Elliott’s performance?

A bit monotone and tried hard to sound funny but I think it was most due to the book rather than James Elliott

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- Haleh

Book Details

  • Release Date: 19-09-2016
  • Publisher: George Mahood