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War of the Coffee Bean [EPUB] ✼ War of the Coffee Bean ❁ Glenn Scrimshaw – Thomashillier.co.uk A totally new kind of hero He eats junk food, drinks whiskey, has toxic bad wind, a dodgy dress sense and is the only hope for the universe A totally the Coffee MOBI î new kind of hero He eats junk food, drinks whiskey, has toxic bad wind, a dodgy dress sense and is the only hope for the universe.

  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • War of the Coffee Bean
  • Glenn Scrimshaw
  • English
  • 04 September 2017
  • 1907939199

About the Author: Glenn Scrimshaw

Well as the Coffee MOBI î you will quickly realise I m rubbish at this about you stuff but here goes minutes of your life you won t get backI guess I m the writer of the Alienbutt Saga, War of the Coffee Bean and the Vampire Eloim short stories yepto come Some people have been trying to claim I am an author but don t be fooled I m just a drunken War of ePUB ½ story teller that somehow managed to get a publisher If you are into serious Sci Fi and Fantasy stories then your Sat Nav isn t working right as you should have turned left at the last junction If on the other hand you enjoy a bit of stupidity to enter your life then you may just have ended up in the right place, no promises thoughI was born and brought up of the Coffee PDF/EPUB ✓ in the heart of South Yorkshire and after a few years of moving around ended up living in Amber Valley in Derbyshire For those not from the UK, near Nottingham, just think Robin Hood After trying various things to make money I ended up writing a story for fun Still no money, but man is it fun doing this.



10 thoughts on “War of the Coffee Bean

  1. Riju Ganguly Riju Ganguly says:

    This book was a strange mixture of things themes that Hollywood loves to depict as well as parody megalomaniac villains, noble warriors pirates, unexpected prophets, damsels in distress, characters lifted from different myths including the Sandman series , misguided AI s, warfare in space, strange weapons, and FART s Although the author has tried to tread the steps of Douglas Adams, the humour remained rather enforced, while the juvenile meets adult portrayal of characters fail to elici This book was a strange mixture of things themes that Hollywood loves to depict as well as parody megalomaniac villains, noble warriors pirates, unexpected prophets, damsels in distress, characters lifted from different myths including the Sandman series , misguided AI s, warfare in space, strange weapons, and FART s Although the author has tried to tread the steps of Douglas Adams, the humour remained rather enforced, while the juvenile meets adult portrayal of characters fail to elicit any laughs Even after taking this book as what it aims to be a farce , the protagonist s transformation from Mr Bean to James Bond was ratherincredible Despite all the praise it has gained as a fun read, I found it to be only another well paced YA novel, nothing , nothing less

  2. D Michelle Gent D Michelle Gent says:

    What a wonderful d but novel this is The characters have depth and personalities, the situations are bizarre and thrilling and the storyline is fast paced and action packed.The hero, or anti hero, is a lone, almost extinct alien with 4 butt holes, chronic bad wind and a penchant for whiskey and kebabs loaded with his own recipe chilli sauce There are robots and revolutions, starships and space warriors and a plot that will have you gripped, rapt and enthralled as well as laughing your space so What a wonderful d but novel this is The characters have depth and personalities, the situations are bizarre and thrilling and the storyline is fast paced and action packed.The hero, or anti hero, is a lone, almost extinct alien with 4 butt holes, chronic bad wind and a penchant for whiskey and kebabs loaded with his own recipe chilli sauce There are robots and revolutions, starships and space warriors and a plot that will have you gripped, rapt and enthralled as well as laughing your space socks off I read it twice no one forced me to and it was a laugh riot both times around.Glenn is a new author to watch and his Coffee Bean war is one to follow carefully

  3. Mad about Mad about says:

    Piestoff Alienbutt is the last of his species and a hell of a Taxi driver on the planet Sloppystool His species evolved to be able to eat anythingbut mint The result was a cast iron stomach and four toxic holes that need plugging to keep the others around him conscious He has no real family or friends to speak of apart from The Ladies Darts Team Yes that s what I said and a man size dog called Poodle that stops the punters from skipping their fairs Life is normal until Kilashandra, head Piestoff Alienbutt is the last of his species and a hell of a Taxi driver on the planet Sloppystool His species evolved to be able to eat anythingbut mint The result was a cast iron stomach and four toxic holes that need plugging to keep the others around him conscious He has no real family or friends to speak of apart from The Ladies Darts Team Yes that s what I said and a man size dog called Poodle that stops the punters from skipping their fairs Life is normal until Kilashandra, head of the Ladies Darts Team, steals the Ick Leader Wickede s Dreadnought and he s caught in the middle as the one that dropped her off Alienbutt is soon confronted with the realisation that his fate is entirely his own as was prophesied in The Book of Ick and that he would help solve the coffee bean addiction which has basically enslaved every race in the Universe apart from the Alienbutts and the Icks.As you can imagine a Legal Drug means big business so who controls the Crops controls the Galaxy Does he really want to be caught in the middle Orimportantly, does he have a choice This book is a fun adventure through space with interesting word plays for names and places The author said not to take it too seriously but Piestoff has this whole new future thrust on him where he has to man up and save the Ick race so you can t help but feel for him and the transformation he goes through You grow fond of and lose alot of characters along the way but no good tale has the perfect happy ever after Not my usual reading material and really glad I tried something new Will find out what the naughty Mr Fluffy is upto in book 2

  4. Corinne Corinne says:

    Satirical science fiction that got lost in a 6 year old s brain.That was my thought the entire time I was reading this From the names Piestoff Alienbutt from planet Sloppystool that s right next to planet Hardstool who meets people like Wickede and Blackarachnid to the nuclear farts that require butt plugs be worn Oy.Okay, potty humor aside, I liked the book If the book hadn t had all the obvious attempts in over the top satire, it probably would have been 4 stars, one star being lost due Satirical science fiction that got lost in a 6 year old s brain.That was my thought the entire time I was reading this From the names Piestoff Alienbutt from planet Sloppystool that s right next to planet Hardstool who meets people like Wickede and Blackarachnid to the nuclear farts that require butt plugs be worn Oy.Okay, potty humor aside, I liked the book If the book hadn t had all the obvious attempts in over the top satire, it probably would have been 4 stars, one star being lost due to poor editing Great satire is satirical without being obviously satirical.It was highly imaginative A galactic war over coffee shortage that s awesome It was fun in several places, had good pacing, was unique and offered some laughs I think it just perhaps wasn t my cup of coffee

  5. Daniel D Daniel D says:

    funniest thing I ever read, full of brilliant concepts

  6. Trevor Gent Trevor Gent says:

    Fantastic fun read with characters you can t help getting attached to.

  7. Will Will says:

    I m 2 chapters in so I ll not bother to discuss too much about the plot and other things that take a while to develop.If nothing else, this book needs a decent editor Or an editor at all There seems to be fun ideas and such in the book, but it s pretty hard to get past the really poor punctuation, not to mention the pacing and structure of so much of the writing It s painful to read when you re constantly thinking, Wait, where s the comma that should be there and if you re reading it B I m 2 chapters in so I ll not bother to discuss too much about the plot and other things that take a while to develop.If nothing else, this book needs a decent editor Or an editor at all There seems to be fun ideas and such in the book, but it s pretty hard to get past the really poor punctuation, not to mention the pacing and structure of so much of the writing It s painful to read when you re constantly thinking, Wait, where s the comma that should be there and if you re reading it Ben Stein s monotone voice, because that would be the most appropriate.Pass on this one

  8. Brian Hall Brian Hall says:

    Fun and funny.

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