Book: Attack of the Terror Worms by Robert Alexandercategories: Book, Crime, Humour, Fiction, Terrorism, Satire, Word Play, Fictional Autobiography
Robert Alexanderabout this book: This novel is a fictional autobiography of a global phenonomum that is O. Salmon Bryn Lardon (or Bryn Lardon as he's now known). He is a leading terrorist earthworm who wreaks havoc across the UK.However he's not the smartest worm in the apple, and he makes many very funny errors along the way.
• Who are the primary readers of your book?
The main target audience for this book would be the Family Guy/Simpsons/Futurama and Team America readers.
• Why did you choose this cover?
The cover was illustrated by a friend of mine with the hope to turn this into a cartoon feature film.
• What was the hardest part of writing your book?
I found the hardest part of this was the editing as it's my ever book and I'm still very much learning the ropes.
This book uniquely weaves every major crime from the last two centuries into a hedonistic tapestry putting a comedy spin into somewhat bleak situations. Bryn and the Brotherhood make Charlie Chaplin look like a competent man. The illustrations are fantastic and really pull you into the scenes.
Trust me you would have never read anything like this before.
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