From Kingston-upon-Hull to Kempton Park and from Northamptonshire to New Zealand, the stench of death was rising. Kosovan Encephalopathy Syndrome would take no prisoners. And the family Talpidae, which had borne the brunt of so much slaughter since time immemorial, had now become Public Enemy No.1. As scientists confront the seemingly-irreconcilable concepts of karma and evolution, their quest leads them via an abandoned bank vault in Albania to the oldest hotel in England. Adult themes, non-PC humour and more than a passing reference to Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un, Waitrose, MUTS and ISIS combine to paint the bleakest of pictures for the future of mankind and the animal kingdom. “Karma – Where it all went wrong” is the book that lawyers, a unitary council and a village primary school sought to censor. You’d never believe it until you look inside…show more
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