Back in February I wrote this post about the adventure that some of our authors were taking to the Sylvia Beach Hotel for a writing retreat. One of the projects was The Pickled Apocalypse of Pancake Island by Cameron Pierce and I am proud to announce that it is now available for sale. I would like to extend a BIG THANK YOU to the fine people who pre-ordered this book and helped sponsor Cameron Pierce’s expenses during that retreat.
A demented fairy tale about a pickle, a pancake, and the apocalypse.
It is Gaston Glew’s sixteenth Sad Day – the sixteenth anniversary of the saddest day of his life: his day of birth – and his parents have just committed suicide. Fed up with the sadness of Pickled Planet, Gaston Glew builds a rocket ship and blasts off into outer space, hoping to escape his briny fate.
Meanwhile, on Pancake Island, Fanny Fod, the most beautiful pancake girl in the world, nurses a secret sadness as she guards the origin of all happiness: the mysterious Cuddlywumpus. When Gaston’s rocket ship crash-lands in the sea of maple syrup that surrounds Pancake Island, nothing will ever be the same for him, or for Fanny Fod.
Captain Pickle says: “Unchain yourself from this briny fate, oh pickled prisoner, and read Cameron Pierce’s The Pickled Apocalypse of Pancake Island: A Tragedy for People Who Eat Food!”