The world was still not safe from the danger of Dr Don’t Know, but at least Falcon Boy had risen from the grave and helped Ellis and Bewilder Bird stop three Troublebots from living up to their name.
‘I wonder how we are going to find the remaining Troublebots and thwart whatever Dr Don’t Know is up to,’ Ellis wondered to herself. She didn’t have to wait too long to find out.
The trouble really started as Doodah and the rest of their backing dancers walked out onto the stage to the opening bars of Hey! Ho! Giddy, Giddy Go! Go!
‘Good evening, Panic Town!’ they shouted. ‘You are really delighted to see us.’
And Panic Town was, as was the rest of the world. A big cheer rang out across the cosmos.
‘Come on,’ shouted Deirdre, Daphne, Davey and Donny in the kind of harmony that can only truly be achieved electronically. ‘Join in if you know the words.’ (You can as well if you really feel like it!)
Inspired by his passion for films and video games, Barnaby Taylor loves writing dystopian science fiction and horror. His most popular books are the four volumes of the VIRO series, available in paperback and electronic form. They can also be ordered at all good bookshops.
Book One is available for FREE download.
Barnaby is currently developing the VIRO series for television and is interested in speaking to anyone who believes that they can help him take VIRO and his various other exciting projects to the next level.
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