Ezicash

Ezicash The year is the month June and it s raining outside So starts this tale of a time when the men and women of the United Kingdom specifically the residents of Stoke Hammond a place some seven mi

  • Title: Ezicash
  • Author: Ian Thompson
  • ISBN: 9781310282041
  • Page: 110
  • Format: ebook
  • The year is 2060, the month June, and it s raining outside.So starts this tale of a time when the men and women of the United Kingdom, specifically the residents of Stoke Hammond a place some seven miles south of what used to be Milton Keynes have to rise up and vanquish a posturing foe.Set forty years after the collapse of the European Union, this story tells ofThe year is 2060, the month June, and it s raining outside.So starts this tale of a time when the men and women of the United Kingdom, specifically the residents of Stoke Hammond a place some seven miles south of what used to be Milton Keynes have to rise up and vanquish a posturing foe.Set forty years after the collapse of the European Union, this story tells of a titanic struggle between Europe s strangling, new shadow, EZICASH, a plumber called Phil Lud and his apprentice, Snot.Called out to what appears to be nothing than a dripping tap, they are soon pulled into a conspiracy where their actions could very well change the world forever Banding together, a community is formed, one that could see these fair isles free, truly free, from its controlling yoke just a few watery miles away.Can they defeat EZICASH Will another European behemoth fail Will Britain finally succumb to a destiny plotted so many years ago Or can a plumber put a spanner in the works

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    • Let me start off by reading you a passage that perfectly explains what you'll find in this book. "Abraham thought it best to just panic, half crouch, half stand and bob about while making an 'eeargg' sound. Soon pushed out of the way by May, he felt relieved to be marginalised and useless."You can't help but notice the humorous imagery. These two, tiny sentences, completely convey exactly what's happening and the reader can see it clearly. We also have the option of taking this snippet at face e [...]


    • I really enjoyed this excellent satire about a dystopian Britain where the cosseted few huddle inside a dome, so in thrall to health and safety directives that kitchens are considered death traps and cars hurtle along at a scary eight miles per hour. Abraham Pope seems to be the model citizen of this Scared New World, having neutralised any potential threat inside his own home to such a degree that it remains just a fraction away from the perfect safety rating of 10/10. But when he's charged wit [...]


    • I loved this book “Ezicash” by Ian Thompson! It was so funny, but actually had an interesting and surprisingly intelligent plot also (I say surprisingly because it is so sardonic in nature) The tone was light and tongue in cheek, but there is a deeper, more serious message here as with many clever satires when done well. On the surface it appears almost comical, and it is…. But it is a profound look at political states, consumerism, nanny-state, etc…. Very well-written, fast paced and fu [...]


    • When I first started this book, I found myself reading each page two or three times to see if I was reading what I thought I was reading. I was. This book is the satire of satires. It is hilarious and cynical at the same time.The book starts out in a place where people live in a very safe dome. One man safely gets to work one morning to find there is a leak somewhere and a puddle has formed. This is an emergency, and he has to find a plumber from outside the dome to help fix this disaster--and t [...]


    • I guess I am just not that into farces. I tried to like this. Parts of it were funny. But it was just too ridiculous to buy into. If it had not been set on Earth, it might have been easier to suspend disbelief. As it was, most of the characters were just too stupid to believe. And there was not much differentiation between characters. Maybe because so many were related? I don't know. I slogged through it, although I seriously thought about quitting, about 1/3 of the way through. The ending was o [...]


    • I was drawn to the book by the eye-catching cover, the unusual title and the European Union setting of the book given the current national obsession with all things EU. I read the book with my Kindle Unlimited subscription.Ezicash is set in 2060 in a post-EU dystopia where safety and health have become all-consuming for the citizens of DOSH-1-TERMINUS-UK (Department of Safety and Health). DOSH1 residents are part of EZICASH (Eurozone Investigative Coordinating All Safety and Health) and they liv [...]


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