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What On Earth?: An alien's guide to fixing Britain (Hardback)
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What On Earth?: An alien's guide to fixing Britain (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages
Published: 06/10/2022

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The much-needed manifesto by the Sanest Politician in the Entire Cosmos, from capping the price of croissants at £1 to taking over Downing Street.

'Count Binface will be Prime Minister. It's only a matter of time' Independent

Greetings, life-form! My name is Count Binface. I am an intergalactic space warrior, leader of the Recyclons and three-time British election veteran. And as part of my overarching mission to control the entire omniverse, I have come to conquer Britain.

It's not that I want to do this - you need me to. Because the one thing everyone can agree on right now is that Earth is in an absolute state. And of all its messed-up nations, the British are particularly deranged.

In this book, I share my story for the first time, my political beliefs and even the occasional recipe, in return for a reasonable - nay, bargain - amount of Earth currency.

I also provide an alien's-visor-view of your past, so that you can learn from past mistakes. This isn't the first potted history of Britain ever to be committed to print, but I can guarantee that compared to any others, mine will be the most accurate. If anyone cares to argue about that, which one of us has had access to a time machine?

So settle down, grab a beverage, and let's make your planet Count.

'Count Binface in his steely, glimmering, elusiveness is both a galactically intimidating - and curiously heartening symbol of the future of British politics - #believeinthebin' Rory Stewart

'Count Binface is out of this world' Emily Maitlis

Publisher: Quercus Publishing
ISBN: 9781529421651
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 360 g
Dimensions: 218 x 144 x 28 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Count Binface in his steely, glimmering, elusiveness is both a galactically intimidating - and curiously heartening symbol of the future of British politics - #believeinthebin - Rory Stewart

A really funny book, full of great comic ideas and sometimes surprising common sense - Spectator

Count Binface is out of this world - Emily Maitlis

Halfway through this book I actually started thinking Binface had some brilliant ideas...he had me at "London Bridge should be renamed Phoebe Waller" - Jeremy Vine

There are about twenty jokes on every page. Very funny - Greg Jenner

Our favourite space politician - Daily Star

Count Binface will be Prime Minister. It's only a matter of time - Independent

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