Archive for the ‘Bad At Being Bad Book’ Category

My first review on (US) is . . . 4 stars!
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If you read just one ‘BAD’ book this year – read this one:
Bad at Being Bad – it is harder than it seems!

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5 Star review on
Cracking read and royally takes the P**s out of all that dreadful management double speak that litters our lives. Not only that it throws in some seriously funny one liners.
The hero is believable (maybe there’s a bit of the author there?) and the love interest is cute – although I had her marked down as the secret agent – Doh! You’ll just have to read the book to work out what this means.
Great fun and an excellent read.
By Larry Jeram-Croft

Living with his parents – rent-free, jobless, and on the dole – life is stress-free and easy. However, watching the world go by has not made Steve any less opinionated, especially on important and pressing issues such as social networking sites and daytime TV.

But fate is about to deal another hand. Motivated by the fear of losing his benefits and precious beer money, and enticed by an exotic-sounding location, Steve takes a job that is not quite what it seems…

Thrust into a surreal world where multi-national organised terrorism is regulated by crazy bureaucracy and health and safety gone mad, Steve finds himself employed by the megalomaniac Dr Won Doin who is hell bent on that old cliché of world domination. If Daniel Craig portrays Bond in a modern era, then Dr Won must fancy himself as the ultimate modern day Bond nemesis.

Guns, girls and paperwork – Is it possible to be bad at being bad? Steve is about to find out.

“This book has three themes which could easily make it fall apart but it doesn’t. Its held together with tight prose and so many laughs that I giggled through most of the book!” – Anna R (Amazon 5* review)