Publication Date: Aug. 28, 2022
Categories: ContemporaryISBN: 9781915122537
With utopian ideals, determination, and a superhero alter ego, you can make the world a little bit better.
When George is faced with Burhampton’s right-wing mafia, the Spatchcockers, and their Make Great Britain Great campaign, he knows it’s time to act.
Sabotaging the Spatchcockers’ cars by inserting naan breads into their exhaust pipes as a statement against their ethnic cleansing agenda and disregard for global warming sets in motion a political movement that knows no bounds.
George realises he can’t act alone, so with the help of a Zorro fancy dress costume, he brings to life Fairness Man: a superhero on a mission for social justice. Combining George’s expertise in municipal filing systems with Fairness Man’s athletic ability and performance art skills, they navigate the bureaucracy of Surrey County Council in a bid to save The Golden Tandoori.
With Fairness Man by his side, anything is possible...
Jesse Basset has a career in marketing. He started writing fiction when his children were small. Through the process of writing for children, he found what came most naturally to him was comedy. He’s now turned his attention to writing a comedy novel for adults. George Barry is his first published book. Jesse lives in Hove with his wife, Louise, and two daughters, Edie and Lexi.
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