Mark Hunter was born in Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire sometime in the last millennium. He attended university in Bath where he lived for a time before moving to London and then Yorkshire, where he now resides with his wife, two sons and pet cats, frequently forgetting important dates and occasionally rummaging through dustbins for food. His ambition in life is to be added to the ‘famous people’ section of his hometown’s Wikipedia entry. It’s not looking good.
Mark’s literary career has so far spanned sketches, scripts, articles, screenplays and the odd piece of ghostwriting. Twenty-nothing is his first novel.
by Mark Hunter
27 year-old James Burroughs has just realised something terrible - he is no longer a young man. Gone is the carefree dreamer of yesteryear and in his place is an aimless wage slave with a passion for nights in and a fear of teenagers. Desperate to quell the quarterlife crisis rapidly descending upon him, James determines to adopt a Young Person’s Philosophy in the hope of reviving his lost dreams.
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