Can a street rat fight the Twisted Symmetry Will the ultimate question be answered in the gripping third instalment of the futuristic Bad Tuesdays sequence.
Chess Tuesday is on her own. Her brothers, Box and Splinter, are prisoners in another world. Now, Chess must discover who she really is and go on to fight the Twisted Symmetry alone. But Box and Splinter don't bargain on staying prisoners for long. Box is determined to fight his way
back to Chess. Meanwhile, Splinter has other ambitions. For a street rat wih brains, the Twisted Symmetry may provide the ideal opportunity . . .
Benjamin J. Myers was born in the Potteries in 1967. After studying Philosophy and Psychology at Leeds University, Myers attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He saw active service as a Troop Commander in the First Gulf War and is a qualified battlefield survival instructor. In 1993, he attained his Diploma in Law from the University of London and subsequently has been a barrister in a busy practice in Manchester, specialising in serious crime, often representing vulnerable defendants, in particular juveniles. He also lectures other legal professions on mentally disordered offenders and human rights. Married with three children, Benjamin Myers lives in North Cheshire.
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