Jonathon Fairfax Must Be Destroyed

Jonathon Fairfax Must Be Destroyed A Heart Warming Tale Of Office Life, Homicide And Biscuits It S Funny, It S Daft Yet Relatable, It S Still A Nerve Jangly Thriller And It Moves At A Cracking Pace In Fact, If You Re Stuck In A Bit Of A Reading Rut, It S Just The Palate Cleanser You Need Emerald Street Longlisted For The Bath Novel Award 2017 Jonathon Fairfax, The World S Most Socially Awkward Hero, Works For A Giant Corporation Where He Specialises In Muttering Um And Tripping Over Bins When He Accidentally Discovers A Colossal Corporate Conspiracy, It Soon Becomes Clear That Someone Will Do Anything To Keep It Secret Including Murder Read The Book On Its Own Or As A Follow Up To The Perpetual Astonishment Of Jonathon Fairfax An UK 1 Bestseller That Was Shortlisted For The Bath Novel Award 2014 Stylist Called It A Comic Gem And The Guardian Said, You Can T Help Being Tickled This One Is Even Better Than The One Before Buy John Lenahan Bestselling Author, Magician And Voice Of The Toaster In Red Dwarf How Readers Describe It A Cross Between PG Wodehouse And Tom Sharpe Christopher Shevlin Writes The Funniest Dialogue You Ll Ever Read So You May Need To Find A Private Space With This Book Unless You Don T Mind Laughing Out Loud In Public Places Laugh Out Loud Funny And Thought Provoking At The Same Time This Is The Funniest Book I Have Read In Years Shevlin Is A Modern English Kurt Vonnegut Uplifting, A Great Little Gem Of A Book I Love The Jonathon Fairfax Books They Re Like A Big Hug For Your Neuroses There Are Beautiful Sentences On Every Page You Ll Love The Characters And The Writing Style What I Would Give To Spend An Evening At The Local Pub With Jonathan And Co Excellent Every Sentence Is Somewhere Between Amusing And Laugh Out Loud Funny Funny But Unusually Also A Page Turner The Only Downside Is That I Find Myself Missing The Characters. Author photo by Matthias Gottwald der

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 322 pages
  • Jonathon Fairfax Must Be Destroyed
  • Christopher Shevlin
  • 14 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Jonathon Fairfax Must Be Destroyed

  1. says:

    I think this is better than Perpetual Astonishment , the author s hit his stride with just the right mix of madness and humour, supremely enjoyable and uplifting I really didn t want it to finish A great book especially on dark winter evenings I am sure comic writing is...

  2. says:

    Don t you just love Jonathon You simply HAVE to

  3. says:

    Good story, funny and smart Daft, but in a very enjoyable way It doesn t require any further dissection.

  4. says:

    Very entertaining A perfect holiday read romp.Fun and frivolous, light hearted and witty I recommend to anyone who enjoys a fast paced page turner Read the first book first tho so it all makes sense.

  5. says:

    Jonathon Fairfax must be read Hilarity ensued I don t know how to begin describing how much I enjoyed reading this book I was in tears and gasping yes, gasping is real for breath because it was the only way I could keep from rolling on the floor You can read the publisher s blurb to understand the premise and plot But only by reading the book will will you get to roar with laughter as Jonathon winds his way through the labyrinth of working at a company which is not a company, producing a product that only exists as an illusion, loving a woman he only bumped into on a train, while living with a woman he only accidentally rescued The funniest moments for me were the attempts at murder, and actual murders made by his power hungry boss They left me in...

  6. says:

    Very Englishin a good wayI came upon this after I had been reading lots of intense crimis and spy stuff so it took a while before the style worked it s magic on me But it did and I am looking forward to reading in the series Delightfully shallow and frankly absurd, it would make a great Hugh Grant movie but with Simon Pegg taking Hugh s role It left me wanting charact...

  7. says:

    For some, Jonathon s biggest talent is being himself, ie, ridiculousIf you believe that the world is a little wacky, then Jonathon Fairfax might be your proof that you re correct Shevlin s characters are definitely wacky, intuitive, funny and in good clean fun, sometimes sarcastic Their interplay is mostly platonic but the bad guys can get snarky Murder, international fraud...

  8. says:

    Jonathon Fairfax is back, stumbling accidentally into yet another criminal enterprise, this time with worldwide implications Joined by Lance Ferman and a whole new set of characters, he must help expose the bad guys, save a business for his new love interest, and find a job, all while trying to stay alive.This was an excellent follow up to the first Jonathon Fairfax novel it surpassed the first in many ways I loved the characters and the prem...

  9. says:

    British dark humourJonathon Fairfax is a man who seems to just stumble and trip into things almost daily, his friend is good looking but vain Lance just back from America due to his show being cancelled so just floating through life 2 men who end up tied to psychotic Tod Stuckers at Farynx where Jonathon works as a temp Due to confusion and misdirection we see Jonathon trying to find his place in t...

  10. says:

    Buy the book and then actually read itHave a couple of hours to spend on helplessly laughing your way through a couple of chapters This book is most assuredly for you and very much also its predecessor I detest cliffhangers and authors who bully you into multiple purchases just to get the hang of ...

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