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    An unexpectedly brilliant read

    Forget any preconceptions you have about what sort of book you like. This book has pretty much a little of everything so should please most people. But best of all, it is well written, with a good plot, great characters, excellent dialogue and a wonderful dry sense of humour. One of the best free books I have read, thoroughly recommended.
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    First Book in Series

    I am giving this book a 4 star rating. This is the first episode in a series and is not a standalone book as it ends in a cliffhanger. It took me a few chapters to get caught up in this book and new world but I'm glad I stuck with it. This book revolves around a character called The Pan of Hamgee. And yes, he even calls himself The Pan. He lives on K'Barth which is a parallel Earth but with a different version of reality. The Pan has been on his own and on the run since he was 16. Due to an unfortunate incident with a police sergeant, which happened entirely by accident, he has been blacklisted and on the run. One thing he is good at is getting away, both on foot and in a snurd (type of car). To survive he ends up being the getaway driver for a group of bank robbers. Can The Pan and the few allies he has stop Lord Vernon (who was the Police Sergeant who blacklisted him way back when) and his evil plans? I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the rest of the series.
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    Few are chosen

    Awesome sci-fi read. Full of humor. I couldn't put it down. Pan may be a coward but never will you find a more endearing one. He is a real underdog.
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    Funny and Imaginative

    A great yarn that is funny and imaginative. K'Barth, in the parallel universe where this book takes place, is very similar to our Earth, but has interesting quirks and differences that take the reader by surprise. Including the fact that K'Barth is inhabited by more than one type of intelligent being. The humour in the book is very British and dry. I would recommend this book (and the others in the series) to anyone that has enjoyed reading books by Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett.
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