About the Book:Hello, the moon and the stars...
Edward Jarvis Huggins is a ten year old boy brought up in a shack in eighteenth century England, his father an alcoholic, his mother dead.
Fleeing their father, Edward and his sister find themselves in Kent, on a farm peopled by other restless souls who have arrived at that same place over the previous ten years for reasons unknown to them.
Edward is convinced that he is the re-incarnation of Jesus, the returning Messiah, the son of God. Could it be that he really has been sent to earth to save mankind or is he just a troubled little boy who talks to the moon and the stars?
The Magical Tragical Life of Edward Jarvis Huggins is a novel of courage, humour, cricket and destiny.
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Stuart's books have a magical feel to them. He breaks all the rules and doesn't care. If he wants to slip in a poem, he does it, if he wants to morph two words together for poetic effect then he does and it WORKS.
- Darren Sant, Author
I can't believe I would have gone through life never knowing Stuart Ayris' work. It's as incomprehensible to me as never reading Bronte, D.H. Lawrence or George Orwell. Ayris isn't 'like' these authors but his influence on my life is every bit as profound.
- indie e-book review
About the Author:
Stuart was born in the summer of 1969. He wrote his first novel, A Cleansing Of Souls, when he was twenty-two years old and then wrote nothing for many years. He then began writing The FRUGALITY Trilogy and published Tollesbury Time Forever in January 2012, The Bird That Nobody Sees in June 2012 and I Woke Up This Morning in April 2013. A novella, The Buddhas of Borneo, and his fifth full-length novel, The Magical Tragical Life of Edward Jarvis Huggins, followed in 2014. Over the years... Read More
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