From Anglesey to Chepstow by way of Trawsfynydd and Penarth, with many a diversion on the way, Ian Ashton catalogues in humorous verse and story the eccentric and often downright potty lives of man and beast in Wales. Discover how to woo a mermaid, what not to do with a time machine and why it's as well not to go walking around Rhayader in the spring!
"This is a little gem of a book. It brims with idiocity throughout. And a plea to the author: as he is a senior manager in the NHS, would he please book me a bed. You see, every time I laugh, I get these painful pangs in my sides." - Lyn Ebenezer, Gwales
"A most enjoyable book.The author has a remarkable imagination and writes stories that are great fun and rooted in Wales past and present. Bring on the next book!" - Jeannette Elrick, Gwales
"A recommended read – highly entertaining, I'm very much looking forward to the next book!" - Sue, Gwales
"I really enjoyed this. It is a lovely book." - Elaine, Gwales
"Ian has a quirky sense of humour and an eye for detail, his stories and poems are highly entertaining! A thoroughly enjoyable read." - Jeannette Elrick, Gwales
"A thoroughly entertaining read and left me wanting more." - Bernice Evans, Gwales