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The author of the book: Andrew Culyer
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Date of issue: February 22nd 2016
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Ever thought about running to be the next prime minister?

Fateful words said to Theo in Volume Two of The Theo Mallier Story, where he goes on the Talk the Talk television show and delivers a broadside to the other members on the panel, to the point where two of them walk off the set.

˃˃˃ Then, he has to think about what he has done

His family support him, his friends do, and so do the media and the public, and he is left with a decision to make that would change not only his life, but that of millions of people in the country:

Should he do it...?

(This book: Parts Two and Three)


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Inspiration

I take inspiration from many sources, high and low, from the famous people that have the courage to change the world, to the greater inspiration from those that try to change a small part of it around them: those that give a kindness to others when they most need it.

Those that smile at a stranger; that leave a poppy on the gravestone of someone they’ve never met; that bring up five children on their own on a rundown council estate; that have a whole body burned yet run a marathon for charity in shorts and vest; that take a long walk to get some salt; that take up jobs in welfare just because it’s what they want to do; that join the forces and die to help others; that help when they see an accident; that see something in a shop and buy it because they know somebody else would like it; that pick up rubbish and put it in a bin even when it’s not theirs, and nobody sees them do it.

That write movies about an ageing boxer, or make a movie that changes movies forever; that are five years old and anonymously send £2 to a shop because they broke one of the shop’s Christmas baubles; that spend their own money and time to help pupils to learn; that find humour in the most dire situations; that stay the course even in the darkest of circumstances; that write a story about three ghosts in the night, or about an eight feet high creation; that say things like ‘I have a dream’, and follow it; that call you Dad, or Daddy; that help other people just because they can; that step forward first to a task that nobody wants to do, or has been done before; that just are, rather than being what other people want them to be.

That see everybody else as equal, no matter who they are; that find out what caused the Challenger disaster because the bereaved families just needed to know; that produce art without any fear of disapproval or controversy; that go shopping for their elderly neighbours in the winter; that get up in the middle of the night to tend a crying baby when they know full well it’s their partner’s turn and they’re pretending to be asleep; that had skin which fell off; that give their seat up on the bus for others; that send a text to let others know they are thought of; that give to the homeless on the street; that help to push a car when they see someone else pushing it; that wear a sports top which represents their oppressive jailers; that chase someone when they’ve dropped something; that write a song called Imagine, or Someone Like You, or Born to Die; that step in when they see someone being bullied, but most of all:

Those that have the capacity to listen without judgment.

Sometimes, all it takes is a moment of kindness and you can change someone’s life forever…



Reviews of the Theo Mallier: Talk the Talk (Theo Mallier, #2)


FINLAY

A wonderful piece

JOSEPH

Interesting look on the other side

CHARLOTTE

All right, thanks fast.

MUHAMMAD

After reading this book, Your life will change!

OLIVIA

The book caused contradictory feelings!




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