A Pinch Of Sage And Dredly

A Pinch Of Sage And Dredly

by Victor Nash, Steve Hill
     
 
'A Pinch Of Sage And Dredly' charts the somewhat unlikely adventures of shiftless loafers Jedec Sage and Salokin Dredly as they thwart evil, battle the establishment and set off on a quest for comfortable footwear.

As they stamp their carbon footprint by jetsetting from London to New York and even Billings, Montana, they are beset by psychotic moustaches,

Overview

'A Pinch Of Sage And Dredly' charts the somewhat unlikely adventures of shiftless loafers Jedec Sage and Salokin Dredly as they thwart evil, battle the establishment and set off on a quest for comfortable footwear.

As they stamp their carbon footprint by jetsetting from London to New York and even Billings, Montana, they are beset by psychotic moustaches, shape-shifting polar bears, squeaky shoes, Swiss killer gnomes, nasty children's entertainers and surveillance pigeons. Will they find what they seek? Will their elderly neighbour, Albert, live his dream and get off with Stephanie Powers? Does any of it matter? Um... not really... but it's worth a read anyway.

"A rip-roaring read!" The Billings Bugle

"Not quite as bad as it could have been." The Duluth Chronicle Literary Supplement

"Almost no grasp of leatherworking techniques - a real disappointment." Cobblers' Monthly.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781481170925
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/11/2012
Pages:
266
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

Meet the Author

Victor Nash has been writing comedy for Radio and TV for far too long. Thanks to the way TV credits get squashed to the side at the end of programmes so that the TV station can tell you what's coming up next, there's no way you'll have ever heard of him. Meanwhile, Steve Hill has been doing animation work for years too, and when was the last time you ever sat through to the end of an animated film to read the names of all the artists? So it's even less likely you've heard of him either. But it's okay, we're both happy and have rooves over our heads. And anyway why does being famous names make it any more likely that we'd create something funny? Let's face it, Barak Obama's famous and when's the last time he made you laugh?

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