The Non-Sense Boy and His Somewhat Unusual Sister

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As the planet Earth threatens to rip itself asunder, Julian may be the only person who can save it. On his journey towards Armageddon, Jules picks up an assemblage of peculiar cronies: Psychiatrists and mad scientists who collude and collide, interfering parents of the uncommon variety, outstanding friends and above all, the fabulous Tallulah, a most glorious (and somewhat unusual) sister. More

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About Saul Marmot

Saul was born in the UK in 1971 and has spent his life living in a wonderful assortment of habitats. He currently lives in Hackney, London, as it seems to encompass a microcosm of the entire planet in the space of a few square miles.
He lives with his exquisite wife, glow-in-the-dark-Hilary and his three exuberant boys, who he says keep him on his toes and preserve the laughter lines around his eyes.
He spends his days practicing as a doctor in Bromley by Bow and his evenings drifting with music, travelling at a blissful 33RPM beyond the Vinyl Frontier.

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Review by: zebrafish on Aug. 31, 2014 :
I really enjoyed this book. It kept me interested in the story the whole way, even when things got a bit weird. I did sometimes wonder where the story was heading but it always seemed to bring me back to the right place at the right time. I thought the characters were awesome and there were definitely a couple who I’d love to meet in real life, and some who I think I already have!
I’m still not sure I’d describe this book as ‘Sci-Fi’, (though admittedly it’s set in the future and does have some science in it). I think the story is quite believable and is not that far beyond the here and now and I think that the author does manage to avoid some of the sci-fi clichés that usually manage to put me off the genre a bit.
One criticism would be that I’m not exactly sure what kind of a book the author was trying to write but I would say that it certainly made me laugh a lot and it made me think and I’d gladly recommend this book to my friends.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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