In the third and concluding volume of the satirical sci-fi trilogy, The Chronicles of Dekaydence, Mother Nature quits God. God quits Heaven. Clowns invade Heaven. Meanwhile, back on earth, Will, Ruby Q and Piccolo pursue their dreams but experience nightmares. They now realise what the Phoenix knew all along - it's not climate change ruining the planet so much as greedy, corrupt adults such as those working for the Company of Dekaydence, under the control of the ruthless Lord di'Abalo. There's a killer chocolate cake on the loose, and a strange drug that erases most anyone who gets in the way of progress. Times, they are a changin' and getting darker by the day. There's a lost mother to encounter; justice for a murdered father; and time to admit a secret love. And then there's Colin, a wild crazy liz'oid addicted to tomato ketchup, that makes the metal critters, the haggoids, Cromarty and Ross, look like cuddly toys.
Susie Cornfield worked as journalist (and radio critic) on The Sunday Times, the Sunday Telegraph magazine, and BBC TV. She has written a variety of books - including The Queen's Prize (the history of the National Rifle Association of Great Britain); Catch 36, a collection of poetry; and Farewell, My Lovely, a collection of tributes to much-loved departed pets, in p/b and a beautiful extended h/b edition with a foreword by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall.