Tomorrow's World

Tomorrow's World : Darkly Humorous Tales From The Future

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The Future Is Here. And It's Absurd.

Englishman Terrence has had enough of accountancy. After all, it's been his job for over six decades. He'd bow out if the government didn't keep increasing the mandatory retirement age. At this rate, Terrence will be working until doomsday.

American plutocrat Walter has harnessed the power of age-defying medication and enjoys the life of a conceited centenarian. But many are fed up with his kind. If the situation doesn't change fast, there could be a revolution.

With its dark humour and gripping narrative, Tomorrow's World paints a vivid picture of a future that's a little too close for comfort.

'Takes our current foibles and obsessions to their logical, gruesome and absurd conclusions' - Adam Riley, Comedian

'This book will certainly have you turning the pages to see what happens next ...' - The Daily Squib

"I binge watched Black Mirror a while back and that show was 'Dark Humour' very much in the same vein'' - Goodreads Review

If you like black comedy, you'll love Tomorrow's World

40,251 words/2.5 hours reading time

Themes include democracy, capitalism, secularism, immigration & the environment.

A darkly humorous, satirical extravaganza.

Guy Portman is the author of eight books. He is known for his scathing insights, satirical observations and dark humour. His works include:



The Gazebo


Guy lives in (present day) England.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 222 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 13mm | 286g
  • English
  • 1527229874
  • 9781527229877

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