Described by one reader as “Fear and Loathing in Blackpool meets the Illuminatus trilogy” this is the story of Nigel, Wayne and Clint and their quest to thwart a mysterious conspiracy of evil. A quest which starts as sensibly as it means to go on: in a miniature model village accompanied by a six inch high cowboy, a Red Indian and a traffic cop.
At our heroes’ disposal are diverse occult tools and a deep knowledge of how to use them, as well as a considerable quantity of cheap dark rum.
If they are to succeed they must gamble. And steal. And possibly score. A tram chase is a distinct possibility, as is a ritual involving the only domestic appliance (guess which) capable of creating a supernatural vortex.
However, they need to save the universe by Sunday evening because they have to be back at work on Monday morning.
"Imagine Douglas Adams writing a Hitchhiker's Guide to the Occult"
Pagan Dawn Magazine
"It's all riotously funny and improbably probable"
A combination of Douglas Adams, Robert Rankin, and Hunter S. Thompson
Elizabeth A White