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What do you mean you've never heard of Death Eric?  Eric Thrashmettle is only, like, the singer and lead guitarist of the most famous and influential rock band ever known.  Ask your dad.Eric has two kids: Lulubelle Flower Fairy and Living Buddha Thrashmettle.  For obvious reasons, they prefer to be called Lou and Buddy.  And they often find their dad very embarrassing. He hasn't performed in years--not since a raven pooped in his eye at the Chickenstock Festival.  But now his triple-platinum credit card has been cut up, the bank account is empty, and the Lamorari is out of gas.  His kids want their credit cards back, so Lou and Buddy must abandon all self-respect and get their terminally embarrassing dad back on the road.



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Sam Llewellyn

Sam Llewellyn's books have been published in a dozen languages.

His seagoing thrillers are authentically salty and taut, packed with twists and turns. They have been applauded by a spectrum of critics ranging from the New York Times through the London Literary Review and Daily Mail to Yachting Monthly magazine. His children's books include the Little Darlings series, written as an antidote to the gruesomeness of Peter Pan; and the Monsters of Lyonesse series, a critically acclaimed reimagining of the Arthurian canon set during the sinking of the British Atlantis.

He is a contributor of articles about travel, gardens and boats to the London Times and the Daily Telegraph. His column in Practical Boat Owner is read by 200,000 people every month.

He is Editor and Publisher of the Marine Quarterly, a journal of the sea; is the prinicipal historian of the Isles of Scilly, where he was born; and is a charismatic lecturer, who has appeared at literary festivals in (among other places) Hay-on-Wye, Edinburgh and Oxford.

During a potential maritime disaster on recent sailing voyage from Portugal to Ibiza, he was materially assisted by dolphins.

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