In the tradition of Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett, we present the surreal adventures of the revered members of the Society for the Preservation of Preposterous Absurdity. The preposterous will live while there is breath in their bodies, living or dead.
In this volume, you will find ten tales taken from the archives of the Society for the Preservation of Preposterous Absurdity, whose worthy aim speaks for itself. Each tale recounts a preposterous, and highly dangerous, adventure of the Society's main heroes Dr Martin Smotheringale, Morkleberry and Sir Snedley Sniverington in their ceaseless endeavors to save the world for absurdity. Always loyal to their motto ("Here to help, hope to hinder"), our heroes battle a negative probability generator, a bevy of quantum kittens, a black hole, and search for the missing Gap. All while dealing with the Perpetual Irritation Machine.
For the reader who loves science fact and fiction, these tales will take you to a world where reality is rarely quite what it seems.
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