The Way Inn - Will Wiles
Neil Double is a professional conference attender -he’ll do it, so you don’t have to. He’ll attend the seminars, press the flesh, collect the leaflets and other various tat and junk; he’ll even attend the parties and have the meaningless, alcohol-fuelled sex for you. It’s all part of the service his company provides. But it’s at his latest conference, for people who organise conferences (a ‘meta’ conference if you will) that his work is discovered, and the big-wigs don’t like it one little bit. Thus begins Neil’s spiral into chaos, confusion, and disbelief as he realises that the life he considered as safe and reliable due to it’s conformity and monotony was far more complex than he ever imagined.

If you like your novels to be witty, satirical, with fully-realised action scenes and a side-order of mind-bending sci-fi then I urge you to grab this.

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