“Pretty Damn Perfect”

Posted: October 23, 2014 in TWB Press Author AJ Kirby

pw cpTo celebrate the paperback release of Perfect World, I thought I’d bring you one of my favourite reviews of the ebook. This review was published in 2011, and was written by the author Cassandra Parkin (The Summer we all ran away, and New World Fairy Tales).

You can read the full review here.

Here are a few choice snippets:

pw pic““Perfect World” is set in a futuristic English landscape, and it has by far the best high-concept opening I’ve seen in years. Sitting on the Bullet Train between a seedy, scruffy London and the West Country, Toby Hewitt writes the first line of the greatest scoop of his career; “I found God yesterday, happily retired in Elegant.”

Honestly, that’s pretty much all this story had to do to get me hooked. God is living among us! The protagonist is actually going to meet him! If the premise of a man discovering that God has retired to Cornwall doesn’t grab you, then maybe this whole Science-fiction thang isn’t really for you.”

“From this fantastic opening, the book gallops along with the speed and dizzying swerves of a racehorse on acid.”

“Like the works of Philip K Dick, it’s bursting with great ideas and concepts…”

You can buy Perfect World – the paperback – from Amazon here and direct from the TWB Press website here.

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