That Cumbrian wannabe-Shakespeare bloke (who was so incredibly pretentious that he changed his surname to reflect what he believed to be the value of his literary scribblings) once churned out a frankly bizarre line or two about wandering lonely as a cloud. Well, you'll never ever be lonely, or indeed feel the need to wander about aimlessly if you've got a copy of the incredibly incredible book 'The Dennis Bisskit Adventures' in front of your nose. From the very second you open this hilariously funny book you'll be well and truly engrossed as you follow the mishaps and adventures of an accident-prone awkward young drip of a lad from the Midlands on an amazing journey through to adulthood. Along the way you'll visit such varied places as Skegness, Calais and Kampala and meet some unbelievably believably colourful characters like Mrs Cruskett, Stinky Blackshaw and Gladys Ricketts......before crash-landing with a bump onto Planet Plunkett.
Steven Ainley's 'The Dennis Bisskit Adventures' is a fantastic and amusing read that leaves you with a feel good factor and wanting more. Bring on the sequel.....and a prequel please.