It was a time for heroes. But he just couldn’t be arsed.
How would you feel if you were suddenly transported to a magical land where sorcery ruled instead of science? A kingdom of elves and trolls, of limitless mystery and grand adventure? Would you be scared of your wits? Or thrilled beyond belief?
I.T. Consultant Connor Ingram is neither. He’s just pissed off. There’s no football, no Chicken Tikka Masala and no satellite TV. How is he supposed to make a living in a world that hasn’t invented electricity yet? Or the flush toilet? Or a sense of humour?
But, most importantly of all, where in hell was he going to get a decent pint of beer?
‘Irony is sublime with a lovely sarcastic sprinkling of cliché. Brilliant!’—Matthew A Gibson
'Wonderfully imaginative, brilliant storyline, worthy of much wider recognition and thoroughly recommended' - anura33
‘Excellent reading. I couldn’t put it down’—Ian Sherry
‘One of the most original, funny and clever fantasy stories I’ve read in a long time.’—Mca
‘Brilliant from first page to last.’—Violet Plum
‘I loved this book. It’s gently comedic with some laugh out loud moments.’—Joo
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