Buy one get one free – two of our best sci-fi / fantasy novels for just £7.99 – If you like Douglas Adams, Robert Rankin and similarly far-fetched fiction, you’ll love both of these books…
LEMON BY BARNABY EATON-JONES
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Spencer was an insignificant Data Input Operator and this suited him fine. However, when he is mistaken for someone actually significant, due to a mix-up by the Post Office, then his life becomes complicated. By complicated we're talking murder, sex, violence, car chases, beautiful women, and an annoyed fat cat (both of the feline* and big business variety). Spence didn't like complicated things and he was as far removed from being James Bond as Shakespeare was from being a hack plagiarist.
A week in Spences life usually consisted of nothing more than dull, repetitive, time-wasting tedium. But, not this week. This week was going to be different and Spence wasnt going to like it one little bit.
* Just to add some extra zest to this Lemon, you can read all about Spences love-hate relationship with his feline nemesis in Erics Tale at the end of the book.
CEMETERY DRIVE BY JT WILSON
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Death, it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Alexa cheated death today. Well, at least that's what she was told, but how can you tell, if the Grim Reaper doesn't show up? Lucky she's got Robbie really, who'll go out and confront Death for her, even if it means going to the furthest corners of the world and killing himself in the process. And given Robbie's suicidal anyway, everyone wins.
Zan's having a bad day. Death's best employee, he's been collecting souls since the day he died, but today one wasn't there for him to collect, and that means a soul's achieved immortality and a serious threat to his job security. Now he's got to hunt that soul down and return it to the afterlife before the universe is torn asunder, before the fabric of space-time is destroyed and more importantly, before his boss finds out.
With steampunk package holidays, demon summoning, sex, violence, casual drug use, possessed technology and technomagic of a universe-threatening nature.