A well written book with some great stories in... the first one is not to be read while eating. The second story should be avoided at all costs by anyone who is or knows Britain. Not because of the scary content but because it is so full of errors it will have you screaming at the book or kindle and you may be tempted to throw it out of the window. Just a few snippets... everyone says 'ello even though it's set in Liverpool and they sound like Dick Van Dyke's chimneysweep after he's spent a while in Scotland! A man hears a wolf howl and the sound of a tree frog and is surprisingly happy about it!!! It's set in 1965 but they have miraculously changed to 'quid and p' 6 years earlier than anyone else, no pounds by the way... just quid. The list is endless so please read with tongue in cheek but not between your teeth in case you bite it when laughing or in anger. To make it worse the author has put a preface to say he has tried to make the language authentic to the time... yes and I'm the tooth fairy. But don't let that put you off, the rest is great.