Alongside slogging my arse off pre-turning thirty in order to complete my debut album, dedicated readers may also remember i had also promised an original novel of my own creation that should have been published by now
and it sort of has, except you can't order it, yet
some crazy U.S tax laws and stuff require me to file for a tax code and fax it to the moon and back and do a bunch of stuff i haven't done yet, hence, i am the only person able to order a copy...
But in the limited run that i have ordered and am in possesion of, there is one copy doing the rounds for lending purposes, since a book seems rather redundant if it can't be read
and even better than it being merely read, one recipient of this book, Mr Christopher Pennel, has not only become the first person besides myself to read it from start to finish, he has only bloody gone and written a review
so hold tight people.... here is the first ever review of a book that you can't actually order
now that's pretty exclusive!!!
I was given this book by Glen’s mystery girlfriend to whom the book was dedicated.
I admit that I only read it out of curiosity, to see what a book by someone I (vaguely) knew would be like.
I was pleasantly surprised! The book was only short, but you could not fly through it as you need to pay attention because the narrative jumps through time and keeps you on your toes. I was a little confused at times but got used to the way it was written.
It was an interesting story, at first appearing the mundane story of an everyday artist, but turning out in the end to be much more.
The ending in particular, with it’s peculiar resolution, made me smile and laugh out loud. Luckily I was in First Class on the train and nobody saw.
I also feel I have had an insight into Glen’s (Liam’s?) thoughts and feelings, especially his fear of marriage!
I would recommend this book to anyone, it was well written, imaginative and an excellent first novel.
Please write something else Mr Byford.
6 August 2013