The Most Ferocious of Creatures

By Chris Sykes

Comedy & satire, Children's | eBook


The Most Ferocious of Creatures is a fun and exciting, illustrated chapter book for boyish young minded people, as well as old and grumpy adults. Mrs Lambsbottom wakes up one morning and accidentally douses a mouse with milk, unwittingly creating the most ferocious of creatures. She decides to rid her home of the terrible beast but Mrs Lambsbottom is not the most mentally stable of characters. Neither is the cat that she brings home from ‘Meow’s Cat Shelter for the criminally insane’. All the ingredients mix together ensuring a stupendously silly story, satisfyingly stuffed with suitable story related things and, er, stuff. Packed full of funny pieces of incredibly relevant information, although perhaps not always factual, The Most Ferocious of Creatures will have you smiling. If not, it will try as hard as a book trapped inside your kindle can. Free this book, it yearns to be read.


Less...

The Most Ferocious of Creatures is a fun and exciting, illustrated chapter book for boyish young minded people, as well as old and grumpy adults. Mrs Lambsbottom wakes up one morning and accidentally douses a mouse with milk, unwittingly creating the most ferocious of creatures. She decides to rid her home of the terrible beast but Mrs Lambsbottom is not the most mentally stable of characters. Neither is the cat that she brings home from ‘Meow’s Cat Shelter for the criminally insane’. All the ingredients mix together ensuring a stupendously silly story, satisfyingly stuffed with suitable story related things and, er, stuff. Packed full of funny pieces of incredibly relevant information, although perhaps not always factual, The Most Ferocious of Creatures will have you smiling. If not...


More...


Chris Sykes is a new and exciting children’s book author. Like his work, he is also imaginative and creative. He draws all the pictures himself, which is an incredible achievement for someone that quite clearly cannot draw or colour in. ‘The Most Ferocious of Creatures’ is his first book, fully illustrated with ‘quirky’ pictures and ‘funny’ jokes it shows some real potential for the future. Chris was born in York, England, in 1984. He says that that was a great, although exhausting year for his parents, who are now greying about the edges but are as lively as ever. One year, after somehow managing to survive 20 or so years with two brothers, he packed his bags and moved to Liverpool, apparently to learn how to write. It has always been his dream to write a book. After obtaining an incredibly intelligent degree he decided it best to stay in Liverpool and try life out on his own two feet. Before then he had always borrowed someone else’s feet but don’t worry, he more often than not gave them back. Two years later, after working as a charity fundraiser and falling in love with a lovely, beautiful young lady, he somehow found himself working in a call centre. “I don’t remember how it happened,” he told me, “it just did but it paid better and kept me mostly dry.” One dark and stormy summer’s day, a stray cat turned up in his backyard and refused to leave. The cat was under weight and clearly needed some tender loving care but unfortunately for the cat, Chris thought that he knew a thing or two about cats. Let me tell you, he didn’t and still doesn’t, although he will say that he did and still does. He has a somewhat strange tendency to ramble on about things for hours and hours. I don’t know why, no one will ever really know why. I suppose it is just one of those things, like aliens and ghosts. They also ramble on for hours about the strangest of subjects. Chris thought that the cat was waiting for him to leave his house and that whilst the house was empty, the cat would no doubt break in and steal all of his things. He then (not at all acting like a baby) refused to leave his house until the cat left his backyard. He did not have much in the way of things but that did not matter, they were his things and he liked them that way. So, Chris sat on one side of the glass back door and the scrawny, frail, helpless cat sat on the other side. Their eyes locked together in a war of patience. To mercifully cut a long story short, the cat moved in and the only thing that she stole was his heart. She lives with him and his girlfriend in Germany and, although she complains an awful lot, is clearly quite happy with them both.


Less...

Chris Sykes is a new and exciting children’s book author. Like his work, he is also imaginative and creative. He draws all the pictures himself, which is an incredible achievement for someone that quite clearly cannot draw or colour in. ‘The Most Ferocious of Creatures’ is his first book, fully illustrated with ‘quirky’ pictures and ‘funny’ jokes it shows some real potential for the future. Ch...


More...



Links

Website
Login
admin

iAuthor

Just now

Make your presence felt. Be the first to post!

    1463861044 social-instagram-new-square1 Io6eZONw-01 Add to footer
Sitemap | Terms & Conditions
Privacy & Data

© 2019 iAuthor Ltd
Design: Splash | Web: MWW
 BAI logo smaller