‘In this collection of dramatic monologues and short sharp poems, Dominic JP Nelson-Ashley channels the spirit of Stan Lee. In this semi-autobiographical tale, he performs the remarkable feat of turning London Tax men into superheroes.
Loves and disasters turn into a rite of passage traversing early career paths, nightclubs and shambolic suburban parties. There is a fine balance of social commentary, critique of racial stereotypes and a self deprecatory humour with a celebration of friendship and determination to break the mould. Ordinary lives made extraordinary with laugh out loud moments.’
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