ERIC GEEN Comedy writer and Author


No, not that Tolstoy.
This Tolstoy starts as a small boy who lives in a town devised by planners, a town so well planned that it doesn't even need name to intervene between itself and its postal code. In this eminently planned sensible, organised environment, the intelligent young Tolstoy finds that every one is mad except himself.

Two loud spontaneous laughs in the first 26 lines is a promising start and Eric Geen maintains the pace in his brilliant blistering satire'
'...the satire rushes along like a Catch 22 of the future. By Echo Island 'wonderful wonderful funny book. Sir Richard Branson beware' Paul Wayne script writer.