Missing G‘Can’t remember laughing so much at a book. Enjoyed it from begining to end. More please Si.’  Mrs E. L. Middleton

‘Lots of little chapters made it ideal to read travelling to/from work, much to the amusement of other commuters watching me giggle away to myself. I Loved Gretyl’s Character, I’m sure I’ve passed her haggling with stall holders at our local car boots. I could see this book being made into a film/TV show very easily, it has a good old fashioned humour about it similar to Fawlty Towers. Received this book in exchange for honest review.’ Misty

‘This book is a joy. Gretyl is the type of character everyone should have on their street. Loud, proud, mutton dressed as lamb, collects frog ornaments is a lover of wigs. Arthur is her poor old hubby who likes to keep out of her way by disappearing down the allotment. The Sodalls are the council estate stuff of legends! always quick to earn some cash dishonestly. So how do the two families meet and why the heck is there a hit man called Arti Chokes hanging around? To find the answers your going to have to read the book which to be honest had me laughing out loud a few times. The waxing incident will live with me for a long, long time! Slapstick comedy at its best. Would be great to do as a pantomime.
Gretyl would be fab in it!’ Charlie13

‘…  I didn’t want it to end. Some magnificent, larger-than-life characters in the best traditions of Tom Sharpe and a skillfully-contrived plot to draw them all together, but best of all an overall feeling of warmth, chaos and hilarity that reminded me strangely of A Confederacy of Dunces. Very funny and highly recommended.’ Joel



‘With skill and perspicacity Si Page documents the inner-life of a man who has ensured that the whole of the UK has lived in a Con-Dem nation for too long. The author puts himself in the shoes of the PM so that we don’t have to.’ Nick White

‘I never realised that our PM could be so astute in a thick sort of way, but Cameron David lets it all hang out, well, most of it. These diary entries give amazing insight into what drives Our Great Leader and his unique mind. Get behind his image! Be thrilled by his deepest thoughts! Thank God for making Our Dave, just as Our Dave does. The book is brilliantly illustrated by Chris Bambrough, whose cartoons add even more delightful insights into All the above and more. The writer who has helped Dave put his thoughts down has squeezed every last drop of irony and humour out of our political recent past and present. A knighthood surely awaits… ‘ David Grieve

‘To be honest it’s quite hard to take our glorious leader seriously and this book helps us to continue to fail in that endeavour. Written in bite sized, sound byte pieces which are easy and entertaining to read, this is a fun if rather worrying window into the world of blue sky thinking, twittereze and the general unpleasantness which categorises British politics today. The brilliant cartoons complement the text and help the whole thing slide down one’s comedy gullet in a pleasing and satirical way. Bravo.’ Ms. K. R. Dibbens

‘Great little book… full of boyish banter, political jibes and satire… perfect gift for someone with man-flu I would say… should laugh themselves better on this!’ J Duclos



“Blinking heck, what a read! Rob is down on his luck, unlucky in love, totally broke. He has a razor sharp wit and cracking observations of those around him, then BAM, everything gets turned upside down, with more twists than a really twisty thing, your emotions are taken along for the ride!” Donna Moran, member of The Book Club

“I loved this book! No Idea is a mystery romance, which is both thought provoking and emotional in places. With a great mix of characters, humour, adventure and an interesting twister of a plot, I think this would make a great TV mystery drama series.” Jules Mortimer Book Likes Blog

“No Idea is a novel which holds a lot of surprises and doesn’t quite go in the direction you think it will. It starts off as a humorous story which then turns into a nail biting, edge of your seat read before turning into quite an emotional one. It was certainly a roller coaster of a read… yet another wonderful read from this author. 5/5 stars.” Sarah Hardy, By The Letter Book Reviews

“Oh how I loved ‘No Idea’ by Simon Page. I loved the characters in this book, and really enjoyed the sad times and the bits that had me laughing out loud. An excellent read and 4.5 juicy stars from me.” Philippa McKenna, member of The Book Club

“A very engaging story… No idea is a book about Russians and Cybercrime, but also about redemption, Love and justice. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” Emma Read, Screenwiper Blogspot

“Full of mystery, intrigue, love, surprises and shocks galore! 5/5 stars.” Jo Walsh, member of The Book Club

“A great book and a fantastic 5 star story that I couldn’t put down.” Craig Gillan, member of The Book Club

“No Idea was an excellent read. I found it really funny and it appealed to my sense of humour. It was also touching, sad and uplifting. I would certainly recommend this book.” Fiona Mccormick, member of The Book Club

“A great book that takes you with Rob, Grace & family – sad, funny and had me holding my breath at times – loved it! A definite ‘must read’.” 5 stars. Debs Mallagh, member of The Book Club

“Absolutely amazing, the best novel I’ve read this year by a long shot. There were several twists I didn’t see coming and a story so well written and utterly absorbing that I couldn’t stop reading. I didn’t know what to expect when I started reading this book but by the end my spirits were lifted and I put this book down feeling happier than when I started it.” Michelle Worthington

“A fab book… I really wanted to know what would happen next! Very funny and sweet at the same time. A must read!” Sapna Agarwal Chamaria, member of The Book Club

“This book started off very funny with Rob Wise a budding author sharing a flat with Rupert, Martin and his girl friend Michaela, aka Pit Bull. The flat is grubby and with only Pit Bull working, money is tight. When Rob tries to do their neighbour a favour that’s when the fun starts. I loved it. 5 stars.” Angela Lockwood, member of The Book Club