The Problem with Uncle Teddy’s Memoir (Hardback)

The Problem with Uncle Teddy’s Memoir (Hardback)

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The Problem with Uncle Teddy’s Memoir, exclusive hardback edition.

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Exclusive to the EdCharlton.com/Scribbulations.com little shop.

The Problem with Uncle Teddy’s Memoir – in hard covers.

The experience of this book is partly the story, and partly the look and feel of it. There are memos, office notes, manuscript pages, coffee stains, a photograph! Why make do with a substitute that doesn’t also give you the tactile feel of a real book?

This is the second edition of the hardback, this is 6″x9″ rather than the 8.5″ x 11″ of the first edition.

For those who don’t know…

The Problem with Uncle Teddy’s Memoir

Is it true?

If so, there’s a galactic empire invading planets and enslaving populations.

Publisher Curt Bookman’s friend, Theo, inherits his great-uncle Teddy’s memoir, plunging the pair into a mystery. Teddy’s experiences seem impossible. The places he describes don’t exist. Yet his tales of a city named Aleronde and Teddy’s journey from a cruel alien empire stir up Curt’s own puzzling memories—memories he has shared with no one.

Is Aleronde real? If it is, Earth is in danger.

Can Curt acknowledge the past and save Earth’s future?

Letters, emails, and office notes surround the pages of Uncle Teddy’s manuscript building a tale of empire, slavery, and betrayal in this first book of The Aleronde Trilogy.

“This witty experiment follows the correspondence surrounding an enigmatic manuscript. Deftly balancing the manners of the modern world with the towering revelations of great science fiction, Ed Charlton’s novel is an adventure for the mind and serious fun!” Jason Ronstadt – The Odd Way Home

 

 

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Additional information

Weight 21.75 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 0.375 × 11 in

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