This is a very entertaining read. Full of jokes, puns, literary and cultural illusions, wordplay in general, it's a fantastical story encompassing memorable characters and different strands which illustrate various attitudes within and attitudes of the English, while pushing the story along at a fast pace. Above all funny. A romp. (....... a profound meditation on the nature of Ingerlishness...... "What!" ed.)
Imaginative plot, greatly humorous, and featuring three dimensional, albeit dysfunctional characters, this vividly written satire would make a great television series. But before Deceived Kingdom makes it on to the cathode ray, make sure you read it…
Brilliantly written, post-Brexit satire in the tradition of Swift, Voltaire and Vonnegut. Read it now before the characters herein lampooned get consigned to the waste bins of history. 'Mighty Blighty', for Ukip, is inspirational. A gem.
A post-Brexit, ‘Mad Max-style, dystopian future’; a rollicking, rambunctious ride in the company of a kaleidoscope of dysfunctional characters; an acerbic critique of the worst of this nation’s mores. All of this and more. Spins along furiously, without the spin.
I have read Marmaduke's vivid dream with gusto. A much-needed smile raiser, a cinematic pageant of characters and situations that would provide a field day for the late great Ken Russell. Keep those "wise saws and modern instances" coming.