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The Devil Egg

Delvin Nelson

Who was the little girl with the strange name of Egg?


She had no recollection of her previous life or how she came to live with the King who became her 'pretend grandad'. She just appeared in his garden in a dishevelled state and he had taken care of her. Born Reginald Fielding, his only right to the throne was sealed after a game of gin rummy.


Was Egg really Chaos Likely, a mysterious astral occurrence or a Sinister Vessel?


But time was back to front and she realised she wasn't supposed to exist yet. Everything came flooding back to her when she looked into her real father's eyes. It was like wakening from a dream. She remembered her past and her mother ruling over another world.


Why was a little battered book called the Thumb so important? Did it hold the plan for the future of mankind?

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Delvin Nelson was born in 1969 and lives in Blackburn in Lancashire with his wife and son. He has been an avid writer since he was eleven-years-old, whose only previous published work was a letter in the NME about the Manic Street Preachers. His literary inspirations are Iain Banks, Neil Gaiman, J.K. Rowling, Roald Dahl and Enid Blyton.