How does it feel to witness a man being beaten to death with an Atari 2600 video game console? Find out in this surprising, darkly funny, hard-hitting and emotionally charged thriller novelette.
In Auto Rewind, a child of the '80s takes ever more extreme measures to protect his family's lifestyle.
Stephen Skipp loves his mother. The two of them enjoy a fun, ordinary life in their London home, renting films on VHS and watching TV, even if Stephen can't seem to get her to watch Doctor Who on Saturday nights.
If the Skipps' family life really is so very ordinary, though, then why is there one corpse slumped in the corner of their living room, and another in the downstairs toilet? This electrifying thriller delivers the shocking answers.
Praise for Auto Rewind:
"A fucking awesome story" - Andy Heintz, lead singer of The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
"A very intriguing story that made me very uneasy. It had an absolutely fantastic twist and an unexpected ending" - Kirsten, Goodreads reader
"Fast and punchy, a crazy, twisted horrific tale of the unexpected- brilliant!" - book blogger Martin Belcher