A few years I read and reviewed a delightfully humorous science fiction novel, The Ardly Effect, by Mitis Green. I had written: “After my poor disappointed eyes had been dragged across the pages of so many best-sellers, this unknown gem is a delightful must read. Any lover of lateral thinking, British sense of humour and sheer page-turning adventure will love this book.
Warning: don’t read it on the bus or tube unless you like being the centre of attraction as you gasp and laugh out loud.
Any SF reader will have to add this book to their collection.”
I repeat those words because it remains, for me, a worthy successor to Douglas Adams and his Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series. Today, I found out that the revised ebook of The Ardly Effect had been put on memory sticks issued to US Army personel. Consequently, and rightly, Mitis Green’s publisher, Gary Baker, has been inundated with requests for the third book in the series, even though TAE is so far the only volume!
If you would like the ebook or paperback then click here. Go on, you must know someone who likes humour combined with science fiction, who’d hug you for a copy.
By coincidence, my first novel, the humorous thriller, Escaping Reality, is also published by Brambling Books here