What if time was broken? Would life continue as normal? Or would everything just stop? For Norman Coleslaw, a young trainee journalist, a regular bicycle ride propels him into a week like nobody has ever experienced before. A week free from reality, and the constraints of time. Norman's search for truth leads him into the path of great danger, and eventually places him nipple-to-face with the most dangerous man Miranisha has ever known, General Alain de Wilderspin. Mourning Morning, the second novel from Scott Andrews, takes you on a riotous romp through the kind of absurd landscape which can only occur in a post-modern dictatorship.
- Paperback | 266 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 15.24mm | 358.34g
- 21 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Scott Andrews
Scott Andrews is so old that he should probably smell much worse than he actually does. As he gradually approaches his very own middle ages he has resolved himself to do it as disgracefully as possible. He has published one novel entitled 'Existence Is Futile' and occasionally writes stuff on the interwebs. He currently resides in the Netherlands with his newly acquired wife and his Scottish Terrier, but, sadly, not inside a windmill.