The Limpet Syndrome: How to Survive the Afterlife by Tony Moyle

The Limpet Syndrome by Tony Moyle

John's dead...but his biggest challenges have only just begun.

Hell has a problem. Two actually. The souls of Sandy Logan and Ian (Cher) Noble are missing and the fate of the Universe is at stake. John's deal to regain his life sounds easy. Until he discovers they've both been reincarnated as pigeons and could be anywhere on Earth. What's more they died trying to stop the Prime Minister unleashing Emorfed, a substance designed to remove human emotions, on the unsuspecting public.

John will have to travel to Hell and back, possess a sex addicted rock star, evade an OCD agent who can't leave a room until he's shut the door three times, discover the secrets of the Limpet Syndrome, locate Sandy’s soul and bring down a government all before the summer solstice. In his pursuit to discover the truth of his own death, John is about to find out that death isn't the end; it's just the beginning of the end.

The Limpet Syndrome is book 1 of 'How to Survive the Afterlife' the hilarious fantasy series by Tony Moyle.

If you love books about reincarnation, corruption, the human condition and talking pigeons then this is the book for you. Ok you've never read a book like that's your chance, get the weirdness today!

What people are saying about How to Survive the Afterlife:

"Funny and engaging."
"Love it!"
"If you enjoy Discworld or Hitch Hikers Guide you'll love this book!"
"A bizarre page turner about reincarnation and pigeons."
"Unlike so many formulaic novels that I read, I liked the fact that I couldn't predict the next event, never mind the end!"
"What an odd little book this is and yet, in some weird way, what a fantastic and unique tale."
"What an incredible debut!"
"This is a story about how utterly bizarre life after death could be."
‘The Limpet Syndrome’ gave me something I honestly didn’t expect. Combining thriller, fantasy and comedy, the adventures of John Hewson’s soul left me utterly delighted at a truly well written book."
"A curious concept. In part thriller, comedy and even moral tale. Needed to read to the end as it kept me gripped wondering and worrying about the characters."
"This is the kind of novel that restores your faith in reading for pleasure."