Do you believe in fate? Do you believe that your life is mapped out for you?
What if your fate was actually determined by something small - something like, what counter you used in a game of Monopoly?
That certainly seems the case for Troy Thompson, a former F1 driver who now drives taxis (because he missed the high speeds and risk taking) and used to be the little pewter car when he played Monopoly with five others back at the Silver Sands Caravan Park in Whitley Bay, in 1985. Now, 25 years later, the six friends are drawn back to the camp by something - something ethereal, something dark. Does it have something to do with fate? Kismet? Yoga? The Ouija board the six friends used on that last night together 25 years ago?
Whatever it is, something is stirring at the park amidst rumors of time standing still, zombies and big ginger Vikings haunting the camp shop.
Paranopoly is Peter Nuttall's third novel and continues his flair for quirky humor, engaging storytelling, and deep characterization. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll want to visit a caravan park.