The Normalverse Trilogy

Book 1
Simon Dunn

“Don't read this in a public place, you won't be able to stop yourself laughing out loud. It reminds me of Douglas Adams, the careful plotting mixed with those absurdities and jokes that sneak up and make you snort tea through your nose. Hilarious.” Goodreads.

What if you really were the centre of the universe?

Norman Mi’s house is shrinking. He’s sure of it.

But that’s the least of his problems, even if he doesn’t realise it yet. There’s also the odd time dilation effects at the office, the invisible spiders that no one else can see, and the eccentric neighbours who insist on eating his bacon sandwiches.

In spite of all of this, Norman is a completely average man; a man so bland he would disappear in the middle of Ikea. The trouble is, Norman doesn’t want to be an average man, he wants to be unique, he wants to be somebody, and he wants to amount to something.

And he’s about to get exactly what he wants; whether it’s good for him or not.

Normalverse is the first part of a trilogy about normality and pan-galactic rent disputes.

And it’s FREE.


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About the author

Simon Dunn is a scriptwriter, novelist and comedian. He has written for several comedy shows in the UK, including the Emmy award-winning Smack The Pony.

He hosts a popular weekly podcast called Sundays Supplement, and his website is a Guardian recommended resource for writers.

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Simon Dunn
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Dec 27, 2014
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Fiction / Humorous
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Science Fiction / Alien Contact
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
Humor / General
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