Author gives all proceeds of his first book the charge

Introduction

New author gives all proceeds of his first book the charge this book was written by a family member of young person with charge and i can safely say that it is well worth a read. if you are after a fictional book that takes a swipe at bureaucracy and political correctness gone mad in england then this is for you

This book may not be a masterpiece, that is for others to decide but we can promise you it is an entertaining read with a story that moves at pace. It is about two books that at are not books, fought over by two groups of humans who are not human. It is Science Fiction in the real world i.e. modern day UK. as well as being thought provoking about modern issues. The best part is the proceeds from this book go to charity, namely The Charge Family Support Group (Reg No. 1042953) which supports families with a Charge syndrome child. So you get two bargains for the price of one, a good read and the chance to help a family with a Charge child. This charity has no paid workers so all contributions go to a good cause.

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This book not you usual aliens verses predator stuff. It is light hearted with a mix of humour and takes a swipe at the bureaucracy of England. Definately worth a read

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