The Great Rock N Roll Doomsday Tour

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Reality's a funny thing.

One day it means debating the use of the semi-colon in literature at the largest book festival in the country and the next it means being on the run with a woman who claims to be your bodyguardian angel and has a penchant for really large guns.

Strange things are happening in the Big Apple and nobody else seems to have noticed.

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Words: 61,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458192684
About Darren Humphries

Darren Humphries is English and in his forties.

He is, therefore, a child of the Star Wars era with a corresponding love of science fiction brought about by repeated science fiction movie seasons on BBC2 and, of course, Doctor Who.

As well as being a TV and film science fiction addict since birth (apparently) he has been writing stories since he learned to write, possibly spurred on by placing in a national competition when he was about six years old.

In later years, he has produced a number of science fiction/fantasy/horror novels all of which are now bceoming available on a number of platforms here and elsewhere.

Despite all this, he is fairly normal. Well, he thinks so anyway.

He is widowed, has two children and needs to pay the mortgage.

Between the kids and work and all the other adult stuff that he pretends to be grown up about, he still watches and reviews science fiction television and movies on the Sci Fi Freak Site at www.scififreaksite.com

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Review by: Ashrae on Oct. 30, 2011 :
Basically I read to escape from life, from its mundaneness, its stress and all its other annoyances...
This book was absolutely perfect to escape into... amazingly colourful characters and a twisty, turny, convoluted (but perfectly followable) storyline peppered with amusing comparisons left me laughing out loud on more than one occasion...
A gem of a book which is totally delightful but doesn't take itself too seriously. i am off to seek out more of this guy's stuff...
(review of free book)

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