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Quentin Cundick and The Web of Machinations Audiobook

Quentin Cundick and The Web of Machinations

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A terrifically funny tale about a hapless lawyer who encounters a profusion of eccentric characters on a madcap journey that will see him tasked with saving the world.

Quentin, through no fault of his own, loses his home, his business and the only woman in his life... actually, it's entirely his own fault. He's a slacker. But no more! After briefly turning to crime, Quentin sets out to reverse his fortunes and becomes entangled in a Web of Machinations that includes a tramp suffering from Morgellons (those itchy, itchy Morgellons), a sinister group of computer hackers, a Tibetan boy claiming to be the Chosen One, a mysterious blonde woman and a duck called Stalin. Quentin may have set out to save his home, but now finds himself tasked with saving the world.

©2014 Alastair Pack (P)2014 Alastair Pack

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    If you could sum up Quentin Cundick and The Web of Machinations in three words, what would they be?

    Funny, Crazy, Addictive


    What other book might you compare Quentin Cundick and The Web of Machinations to, and why?

    Anything Terry Pratchett or Douglas Adams


    Which scene did you most enjoy?

    Every part with the Scottish tramp


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Yes, I found it very difficult to turn it off and would walk around my office block just to hear the next chapter.


    Any additional comments?

    There are a number of sections which had me laugh out loud - very embarrassing when on the morning commute to work!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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