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Far Fetched Fiction. Phase II in the Regeneration of The Cricketers Arms, Littleworth

Littlenob

A Home of Stuart Bull: Author, Artist, Publican, Pirate. GSOH. Fan of 3 Word Alliterations. Sheriff of Littleworth.

Far Fetched Fiction. Phase II in the Regeneration of The Cricketers Arms, Littleworth

Littlenob

A Home of Stuart Bull: Author, Artist, Publican, Pirate. GSOH. Fan of 3 Word Alliterations. Sheriff of Littleworth.

Littlenob

A Home of Stuart Bull: Author, Artist, Publican, Pirate. GSOH. Fan of 3 Word Alliterations. Sheriff of Littleworth.

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The Famous Littlenob Road Sign (Artist Unknown)

Less than five miles from the centre of the Historic City of Oxford, at the bottom of the ancient Shotover Hill near the former London to Oxford turnpike, nestles the Hamlet of Littleworth.

Things are not all that they seem in Littleworth World. Strange things happen. Things go bump in the night. Sometimes, it gets very weird indeed. Surreal even. But then, at other times, it is the quiet and picturesque embodiment of Conservative middle England that you expect it to be. But not very often...

Join Probot, Meat Hook Martin, Green Stew, Kevin, Little Dicky and Morse - and a plethora of supporting characters - on their heroic, often ill advised and sometimes just plain stupid adventures in the bizarre and far fetched world that is Littleworth.

Fake Reviews of Lost Souls (The Devil Came Down to Littleworth Book One)

"This book was badly written, has no plot and the author is clearly an idiot - I love it!"
L. Walton, Editor

"This book is so random, it will make your eyes bleed. But you'll love the experience. Eye bleeding, it's the way forward."
SW, Oxon.

"As someone who lives under the name of Sanders, I would have to say that I really identified with Kevin. He loves fire :D"
S. Chutney, Oxford.

"I am a fan of Oxford Utd Football Club and Horse Racing, this book made no sense to me whatsoever; but my local pub does have the finest hanging baskets in all Oxfordshire. In the Summer, obviously, they look shit in the Winter."
CH, Littleworth.

"As one of the primary protagonists in the novel, I feel that at times I was poorly portrayed; especially the part about me being the love interest of Commander Krazyorse. I am an actor and the finest Thespian in all Forest Hill. Period."
Kevin, Forest Hill.

"Hi. I am the author's alter-ego and star of Stuart's magnum opus, the unfinished novel and song: Lemmingsville. I am a very average guy with nothing going for me at all, ever, however, I do make a cameo appearance in Lost Souls. Read this book before you die."
J. Shalesmoor, Sheffield.