Book 3 in the satirical SF trilogy, The Chronicles of Dekaydence
In the third and concluding volume of the satirical sci-fi trilogy, The Chronicles of Dekaydence, Mother Nature quits God. God quits Heaven. Clowns invade Heaven. Meanwhile, back on earth, Will, Ruby Q and Piccolo pursue their dreams but experience nightmares. They now realise what the Phoenix knew all along – it’s not climate change ruining the planet so much as greedy, corrupt adults many working for the Company of Dekaydence, under the control of the ruthless Lord di’Abalo. There’s a killer chocolate cake on the loose, and a strange drug that erases most anyone who gets in the way of progress. Times, they are a changin’ and getting darker by the day. There’s a lost mother to encounter; justice for a murdered father; and time to admit to a secret love. Then there’s Colin, a wild crazy liz’oid addicted to tomato ketchup, that makes the metal critters, the haggoids, Cromarty and Ross, look like cuddly toys.
‘An extraordinarily inventive and wide-ranging tale. A great read!’
‘Incredible originality, impeccable creativity. . .An inspirational novel.’
Alyssa Rodriguez, The Fantasy Guide USA
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'A racy, crazy, pacy book. Like Philip Pullman on speed'
'A compelling tale'
'Gritty, witty, imaginative action-packed story for all ages '
'...reminds me of Mervyn Peake '
â€˜I blame the teabag for the collapse of civilisation,â€™ said the King, watching the butler drop a sachet into a teapot.â€™ The opener to Black Light makes me chuckle as it reminds me of the writing style of my dear uncle Edward Goldsmith