Tag Archives: humour

Cryptofauna by Patrick Canning


A young man is inducted into a hidden world of magic and super-beings enagaged in a mysterious competition.

Whether you enjoy this book or not will largely depend on your sense of humour. read more

Percival Gynt and the Conspiracy of Days by Drew Melbourne


Very funny, quirky, intelligent science fiction adventure.

Young accountant Percival Gynt is accosted by a beautiful mystery woman who’s fleeing the police, and before you know it, read more

Faction 9 by James Firelocke


In a near future, dystopian America ruled by the corrupt super-rich elite, a government agent joins the rebels. Satirical science fiction.

This starts out as a satire on bureaucracy and read more

Terri and the Fungal Army


This is my third novel, and as you might guess, it’s comic fantasy.

I started writing this book as a sort of Terry Pratchett tribute, as he’s one of my favourite authors. Not read more