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You can see why I really need a proper artist to help with the illustrations! However, this is the general idea. With thanks to Skyrim and Marcus J Ranum (mjranum-stock.deviantart.com/) and the punitive UK traffic restrictions. From the book write-up on Amazon... When Tom’s non-payment of a parking fine coincides with the breeding season of his security forces, and the rise of a vehicle storage junta, he is forced into life as a fugitive. Accompanied in a converted cruise ship by erstwhile private detective and ale-slinger, the Magus, a techie, and a pair of renegade barbarians, he sets about kicking back against extortionate car parking charges, the proliferation of revenue speed cameras and the new 10 mph national speed limit. Regrettably, the laws of the land don’t apply to the rich people who might have done something about it, or the poor, incarcerated in enclaves of antisocial housing, and Tom’s reign of unrest, despite offering loyalty cards for repeatedly being plundered, sadly comes to an end when he loses his life in a freak copper-sodium flavoured pizza incident. What hope is there for the common citizen, now that the figurehead of insurrection is gone, and the authorities continue to spread draconian traffic controls across the galaxy? Stepping into the breach, and a lot of the dung, comes the Magus, his herd of belligerent bovines and an ultimate weapon of destruction. Could this be the undoing of the junta, or will the treachery of the makeshift crew result in his own downfall? He certainly needs to steer clear of pizza, that's for sure. Here we have the savagely satirical fifth venture into the chaotic universes of Two-Dan $mith (sic), this one swiping at the way personal liberties are subtly being eroded by the greed of the real people in power, and the eternal tolerance of decent folk