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Book Title: Playing Havoc|
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 36.99 MB
v The author of the book: Steve Morris
Edition: Pneuma Springs Publishing
Date of issue: July 26th 2012
ISBN 13: 9781907728433
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Read full description of the books Playing Havoc:BANG! Lights out! Just how would we cope in an event where every electronic device on our planet was rendered useless in an instant? If all electric power, industry, basic utilities, transport and the very communications that we all take for granted were zapped in a single moment, how would life carry on? What skills do we possess to cope with and help us rebuild life from its very foundations? Playing Havoc, partly based on fact, partly a black comedy, describes one small British Island's battle to maintain some normality in the chaos after a coronal mass ejection through the eyes of one man who had only recently moved there with the very intention of getting some peace. A reluctant man with enough problems of his own to deal with finds that the longer the havoc goes on, more and more of the islanders turn to him for help.
Read information about the authorSteve Morris
With a background in math and science, Steve Morris travels around his region of the UK teaching students who are too ill to get to school.
Despite his chosen vocation, one of Steve's passions in life is his love of English literature and of antiquarian books.
Maverick, individual and never afraid to speak his mind, Steve was taught to read fluently by his parents when he was four years old.
Story writing began early at school where he enjoyed some success.
With a seemingly never ending supply of bizarre short stories, Steve moved out of the classroom which allowed him time to type up his tales. First appearing in anthologies and magazines the stories were collected in Steve's first book "In All Probability" which recieved favour amongst the UK press.
A follow up collection "Jumble Tales" was released in 2010 and then his debut full-length novel "Playing Havoc" was published in 2012.
"Morris has... an often disturbing imagination" (from one less flattering 2009 Press review)
Steve graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1993 where he enjoyed representing them in soccer for four years.
He lives in a rural location is his adopted Cheshire, UK accompanied by the first of a planned team of guard dogs.
Steve recently received an AZsacra award
for a story in Taj Mahal review December 2011. Thank you again for the support of Editor Karunesh Kumar Agrawal.
Steve hopes to be back with a collection of recession busting upbeat stories before the year is out.
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