Most children dream of exciting adventures in magical worlds, battling evil monsters, discovering powerful new friends and enemies.
But Joe doesn't want any of it. He wants to go home, eat a fish-finger sandwich and play on his X-box.
Which is a shame really, because the world is in danger, and only Joe can save it.
A book for children of all ages, especially those over 30.
FROM THE AUTHOR
Joe took away two years of my life. I was tired of reading books which never quite captured the fantastic worlds I was conjuring inside my head, so I wrote one of my own. In advance I thank you for your support, and hope you love this story as much as I do.
And no, you'll never see the twists coming... and you won't believe who Maven is...
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About the Author
Tony Pritchard was born in Doncaster, England in 1968. Kicking and screaming he spent most of his youth running from a succession of larger children until eventually escaping to the giddy heights of Teesside Polytechnic. Here he befriended many mentally challenged individuals and spent a great deal of time writing terrible poetry and stories that astounded no-one. There followed numerous flirtations with employment, but the desire to write was far stronger than the desire to learn how to write, and he continued to produce dreadful, lacklustre prose well into his thirties. Somehow, despite all his efforts, his writing improved, and eventually he realised that wanting to write was not enough; he had to learn how to write. Long hours of graft and several nervous breakdowns later he emerged from the cocoon of learning slightly improved. His first published work, "Ella's Coffee", became available for Amazon Kindle on 16th October 2011. The world was decidedly unconcerned. He has now returned to Doncaster, and continues to write, sometimes well. February 2012 - Ordinary Joe and the Mark of Four available on Smashwords and Amazon. Two years of my life well spent creating the story I am most proud of.