A fast-paced mixture of clever satire, toilet humour, dangerous situations and barebones politics may leave you reeling if you're not used to the wicked wit of this accomplished pair of writers.
If dragons make you uncomfortable then don't worry as this apparently only-too-real beast is long gone before Newport Pagnall arrives and slides into the life of the unfortunate town devastated by its visit. This story is about the townspeople attempting to deal with the death and destruction the dragon left behind. These feckless folk appear not to have had a contingency plan in place nor run any 'visited by a dragon' disaster exercises. It is chaos! What will our hero do?