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By Lee Harrison

The Bastard Wonderland

In a land not too far away and a time yet to be decided, one man and his Dad embark on an epic journey of war, peace, love, religion, magnificent flying machines and mushy peas.

The Bastard Wonderland is the astonishing debut fantasy novel from Hull writer Lee Harrison.

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“He went out to the balcony as the horizon brightened. That godforsaken silver coast again. That bloody bastard wonderland. Chase it or die. He was the son of pioneers and adventurers, and now he understood.”

In a land not too far away and a time yet to be decided, one man and his Dad embark on an epic journey of war, peace, love, religion, magnificent flying machines and mushy peas. 

The Bastard Wonderland is the astonishing debut fantasy novel from Hull writer Lee Harrison.

“Alternately familiar and fantastical, homely and harrowing, The Bastard Wonderland’s industrial imperialism and magic makes it a truly unique, compelling debut.” – Mike Brooks

“The Bastard Wonderland is a novel of startling originality. Heartfelt and brutal, sympathetic and strange, Lee Harrison’s debut novel stands head and shoulders above the rest in the crowd.” – Robert Dinsdale

“Utterly magical – Around The World In Eighty Days meets Steptoe and Son” – Russ Litten 

 

Additional Information

Weight 693 kg
Dimensions 21 x 15 x 3 cm

Product Detail

  • Pages : 428
  • Cover :
  • Language : English
  • Publisher : Wrecking Ball Press
  • ISBN : 9781903110454
  • Dimensions : 21 x 15 x 3 (cm)
  • Released : 22nd August 2016

About The Author

Author

Lee Harrison was born in Kingston-Upon-Hull, where fantastical stories and daft thoughts helped him hide from real life until Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom inspired him to study Religion at Lancaster University. He negotiated his return to Hull with some short stories that were published by Route, before returning to his fantasy master-plan to write The Bastard Wonderland, which he describes as a "kitchen sink epic".