He Ain't Heavy, He's My Buddha


Joe discovers he is fat quite by accident...and embarks on a disastrous course of Buddhist self-improvement. Starting with FatBusters.

Ever felt trapped by your own body, your own mind, your own prejudices, by the prejudices of others? Well, here's twenty or so characters who feel just that and fight for freedom - Joe, trapped in a fat body, a cream jumper, a flotation tank. Betsy and Nelson, prisoners of their scrambled minds; 'Hey You' and Beryl, stuck with an unfortunate name and an even

more unfortunate nose; and Sergei the polish plumber, consigned to a cardboard box with a smelly cat his only companion. But sometimes there's no escape from the cages in our lives...as Ruth is about to find out.

“These stories are accessible, fun and amusing – often with real heart to them.”
“Bloody hilarious ... I howled ... the best medicine money SHOULD be buying.”
“Like nothing I've ever read before. From thought provoking to laugh out loud to just plain crazy but always fantastic.”

Time-travellers, bag ladies, talking cats, wide-boy whales, headless horsemen, Belfast bruisers, Polish plumbers, little piggy home-owners, and partially-sighted mice - what else could you want?



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