Max and the Banjo Ferret
Book Three of the Max and the Multiverse Series
A wise tiger once said that you should never shift on a world that you don’t want to inhabit for the rest of your life. Good advice, especially when visiting a jungle planet full of lizard bears.
Max learns an extraordinary truth about his furry companion while stranded on said planet, but there is no time to dilly-dally because he and Ross need to find Zoey and Perra, who have been captured by a familiar foe.
The race is on to reunite the crew and unlock the mysteries of the Banjo Ferret.
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“For me, the best part of Max and the Banjo Ferret — aside from the mighty Tim, The Destroyer of Worlds (long live Ferretianism!) — was the Terramesh. [It] creates a wonderful backdrop to the craziness that takes place and makes this story stand up there with greats of science fiction inventiveness like Asimov, Niven, and Heinlein.”
– Geoff Habiger, Artemesia Publishing
“Just when you think that the author can’t top the last book, here he comes with an even better book. Just so creative.”
– Amazon Customer
Max and the Banjo Ferret is book three in the Max and the Multiverse series and follows our ragtag group of misfits through another wild adventure. One thing I learned while writing this story is that raising the stakes in a saga like this is a welcome yet daunting challenge. In the comedy world, there is a fine line between delightfully absurd and WTF. I think I managed to walk that line, but I will leave it for you to decide.
My one and only disclaimer would be that Max and the Multiverse is a comedy series above all else. Many shifts are played for laughs and are not meant to be taken seriously. If you trip over a “What about this?” question, I want you to imagine Russell Crowe in a clown suit shouting “Are you not entertained?!”
But if you do have a burning question, please feel free to reach out to me directly. This series is about parallel universes, where anything can be explained with a needlessly extravagant backstory. In fact, answering those questions is the most fun I have as an author.