With Dr Don’t Know now in custody it appears that the work of Falcon Boy and Bewilder Bird is done for the minute. I hope you enjoyed the serialization of the first volume in the series. I am currently two-thirds of the way through Volume II and I plan to have that finished very soon.
Until then, and if you felt moved to do so, Volume I is FREE for download on Amazon here (UK) and here (US). As you will see, Volume I has received some glowing reviews and some not-so-glowing reviews – the book was particularly savaged by someone on goodreads but that’s all the fun of the fair.
If anyone felt so moved as to download the book (for FREE) and then upload a review that would be a most welcome and generous gesture. In order to help you make such a momentous decision I thought I would leave with some real quotes from real people who have really read the book – including Mr-Terrible-Review whose words are now being used to market the very thing he disliked intensely:
‘Extremely funny stuff. I have enjoyed every silly word of it. I only give “five stars” to Shakespeare and Dickens, so…’
‘It’s like reading Terry Pratchett for kids’
‘A wonderful book for both children and adults’
‘This book is beautifully written. It’s highly imaginative and richly descriptive.’
‘I highly recommend this stunning novel to all readers everywhere!’
‘Falcon Boy is an incredibly amazing novel that readers will fall in love with.’
‘This is a book that all readers can enjoy reading!’
‘[Falcon Boy] bounds with creativity.’
‘This is a book you do not want to miss out on reading! I rate this novel a 5 out of 5 stars.’
‘We all agreed that this story and these characters would be great transferred to the screen.’
A ‘stunning novel’ with a ‘unique and interesting plot’ for ‘all readers everywhere.’