The Royal Factor

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A Prime Minister decides tries to up his ratings by replacing the Royal Family through a TV talent show. However, his 'dead-cert' plan goes very wrong in this political comedy-thriller. More

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Words: 96,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476090054
About David Eckhoff

David Eckhoff (@theroyalfactor, www.theroyalfactor.blogspot.com) is a public relations manager and writer who has run his own PR agency, worked in the corporate world and helped small businesses and individuals get into national and international media. He has also appeared as a stand-up comedian in a range of London comedy clubs and pub comedy nights. His career has enabled him to work with politicians, politicians who have become celebrities and celebrities. Much PR work is about writing and David has always enjoyed this aspect of his work, now moving towards novel writing, combining some personal experience with news, fiction, comedy and cynicism.

David is a voracious consumer of tv programmes, if there is something more useful that he should be doing at that time. He is a keen 'pub cyclist' and was a founder member the Sidney Arms Cycling Club in 2003. He has a wife, two daughters and a dog and lives in a village that is postally in Kent but for all other purposes is in London.

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Review by: 3 Penny Publishing on June 28, 2013 :
The Royal Factor by David Eckhoff is a fun fast-moving light-hearted story with a plot that lends itself to much topical parody. The lively extreme characters continuously clash in comical ways and one ends up liking them in spite of their grand plan scheming and personal foibles. Reality TV, politics, the media and the Royal Family in modern day Britain is the setting, but the main characters bring an animated warmth to the story. Don't be put off by the cover, which unfortunately is somewhat confusing and doesn't convey the comic liveliness of the tale.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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