Some people will stop at nothing to make a killing.
You know how they're always telling us to pay attention to our pensions? Well, some ex-employees of the US government are really taking that advice to heart by using their mayhem-creating abilities to maximise their investments. When one of their fund managers has a momentary crisis of conscience and confesses all to a woman he hardly knows, they will stop at nothing to deal with the problem.
All Bunny McGarry wants is a spot of breakfast and a decent cup of tea. So imagine how annoyed he gets when two masked men attempt to rob the New York diner he is in? Unfortunately, dealing with that problem just leads to a whole lot more. One of the other customers isn't who she appears to be, and without his help, the odds aren't great that she will live to see another breakfast.
Amy Daniels is in big trouble and the only thing keeping her alive is a man who is supposed to be dead.
Disaster Inc is the first book in a new series featuring Bunny McGarry, beloved by those who enjoyed the critically-acclaimed Dublin Trilogy of books. It melds high-octane action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit.
Imagine TV's Family guy, Game of Thrones, Bill and Ted's Excellent adventure, and Harry Potter all had a group gang-bang. The Book of Roderick would be the offspring created by that shameful night.
Roderick and his best friend Horace discover a magical book left for Roderick by his father. Upon reading the book out loud, the moronic misfits are transported back to medieval times to the fictional location in the book; Candiace Kingdom. Despite possessing the combined IQ of a functionally average man, Roderick and Horace are forced to navigate through an impending war, and a population ripe with lies, treachery, seduction, and danger in order to find their way back home.
Easily the most ridiculous, offensive book ever written, The book of Roderick: Medieval Mayhem is book one of a series by upcoming author Eric Falvey. With pages full of punchlines, and all the ridiculous, perverted, beer soaked, hilarious shenanigans you could ever want, this is book is sure to delight anyone who enjoys envelope pushing hilarity, and or partakes in the Devil's Lettuce.