Author Simon Bullock enjoys stellar reviews for his sci-fi comedy novel Toxic Beer
There have been great reviews in the British media for Toxic Beer, the debut sci-fi comedy novel by author Simon Bullock.
“With his debut novel, Toxic Beer, Simon Bullock transports readers to a galaxy of madcap humour not to be missed,” writes The London Economic.
Reader’s Digest, meanwhile, declares, “Toxic Beer is potent stuff, guaranteed to refresh the parts that other sci-fi comedy novels cannot reach.”.
The madcap novel details a secret invasion of Earth by a bunch of alcoholic aliens who plan to sell the highly toxic waste products of their stolen ship’s engines as a new type of beer to the unsuspecting British public.
Author Simon Bullock spent 10 years crafting his debut novel, zany sci-fi comedy space opera Toxic Beer.
Toxic Beer by Simon Bullock takes inspiration from classic sci-fi comedy works such as The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Red Dwarf, and cult film Galaxy Quest.
A decade in the making, Toxic Beer has been inspired by author Simon Bullocks love of classic sci-fi comedy, including Douglas Adams’ Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Red Dwarf and Galaxy Quest.
Bullock has also been interviewed exclusively by MaleXtra, which describes the novel – the first in a planned trilogy – as “A laugh-out-loud, zany space opera”.
In addition to securing guaranteed media exposure for Simon Bullock, the agency has also been instrumental in the creation of a new online hub for the writer, www.simonbullockauthor.com.
Bullock is now hard at work on his hotly-anticipated follow-up novel, prequel The Last Intergalactic Booze Cruise.