Diabolical Liberty by G. Llewellyn BarkerDiabolical Liberty by G. Llewellyn Barker

Diabolical Liberty

byG. Llewellyn Barker

Paperback | November 1, 2016

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Teenager Thomas Scrimshaw is trapped in a boring office job until a chance encounter plunges him into a world of nightmares and fear. Framed for a murder he didn't commit, Tom is forced to take on clueless cops, corrupt courts and a spiteful troll who looks like Ozzy Osbourne. While he's hunted by the authorities, his friends and his strange benefactor Theo Jinnee race to the rescue. But are all of them really on his side? Diabolical Liberty is part crime thriller, part comic fantasy with more levels than The Shard.

Title:Diabolical LibertyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:186 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.4 inPublished:November 1, 2016Publisher:New Haven Publishing LtdLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910705608

ISBN - 13:9781910705605

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Table of Contents

Book One: Road To Hell7 Prologue 7 The Office 10 Just Like Eddie14 Ready To Ruck22 Enter Sandman23 I Don't Like Mondays25 Commuter In A Stupor28 The Dark Lantern35 Wednesday's Child39 Fire, I'll Take You To Burn47 Waterloo Sunset52 Police Car59 Thomas Scrimshaw is In A Cell, OK 61 ACAB: All Coppers Are...62 The TrialBook Two: Roads To Nowhere77 Prologue II 78 Philosophy? Don't Get Me Sartre'd103 Welcome To The House Of Fun115 Dizzy Detour127 Roads To Nowhere - one: The Gangs of New Cross132 Roads To Nowhere - two: Trouble Is Coming, Temptation 147 Picture ThisBook Three: Roads To Freedom152 Rock World161 Thomas Sees All165 Valhalla, I Am Coming170 Crazy Train173 Hammer Of The Gods176 I Am The Resurrection181 Some Might Say; An Epilogue183 Appendix

Editorial Reviews

A crazy train ride tearing along at a pace that would impress Usain Bolt on a Harley - Colin Edmonds Funnier than Neil Gaiman, deeper than Terry Pratchett, smarter than Robert Rankin...Barker is the next big name in fantasy humour' - Street Sounds'Fast, thrilling and full of surprises...a laugh-out-loud roller-coaster of a read' - Garry Johnson'Crying out for a big screen adaptation' - Garry Bushell 'A brilliant new talent, like Monty Python meets The Fugitive on acid' - Paul Hallam