This book is brave, brutal, beautiful and brilliant. The author's imagination soars and sweeps, creating a world where anything can happen. This is 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and 'Through the Looking Glass and what Alice Found There' for adults, academics, adolescents and adolescent academics.
From his home in Mrs Schrodinger's Castle on Tufnell Park Road, Q goes in search of his missing father. He will enter fantastic realms and be confronted by a giant invertebrate mollusc, a Knight with a George Formby mask, several disembodied heads of Stephen Hawking, giant jelly babies, and Deuteronomy Smythe, a frayed, extravagantly hirsute scarecrow.
A work of pure literary genius.