Andrew Attias Bogg!

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Bogg!

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Alone in his patrol ship in a part of the galaxy he shouldn't be and surrounded by alien warships, the inept but very enthusiastic Cadet Bogg thinks long and hard before making a decision. It is a decision with repercussions that spread far beyond his limited imagination and it may ultimately decide the fate of the Earth. Oblivious to this (not that he would care anyway) is a Dwarf woodcutter who hates people at the best of times but now finds himself reluctantly trying to save a Princess from a nasty two-headed, split-personality Ogre. He would rather stay at home but the lure of gold is just too irresistable. He is followed by a mysterious stranger in black who seems to have a grudge against him and a dislike for bananas. Meanwhile, a Dwarf Detective with acute paranoia has just become involved in a rebel plan to return a beautiful heir to her throne after a military dictator has deposed her. He is confused by the presence of Mexican guitarists in his lift. The three Boggs are completely unaware of each other's existence but become inextricably linked in a struggle to prevent the imminent alien invasion of Earth - and not one of them has even the faintest idea of what's going on.

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Andrew was born in 1966 and was raised in Borehamwood (Hertfordshire's answer to the East End of London) in England. He found himself studying English, Economics and Geography, although to this day he is still convinced that the latter was a plot hatched by his geography teacher and the careers advice officer. He left school to go in to international banking and also to spend many years clubbing to alternative and goth music. He became a guitarist in a succession of bands under the Waking Up Laughing banner but retired early after finding that he was far too sexy on stage for his fellow band members to handle and also because he couldn't actually play very well. He left international banking about a year before a certain bank collapsed worldwide but insists he had nothing to do with this financial calamity. Instead he moved to an American bank where he rose to Bank Manager and got totaly fed up with the whole industry. A trip spent walking the Canyon Lands of Utah and Arizona only served to convince him of the need to leave the rat race as soon as possible and do something more worthwhile. Since then, he has pressed ahead with his writing and spent far too short a time exploring South America. He is married to a beautiful womanwith whom he shares a love of many things and they have two wonderful daughters. He has the utmost respect for his heroes, Stan Laurel and Daffy Duck whom he would love to emulate. Rumours of madness have been slightly overstated and he sometimes wonders why he started to spread them in the first place. Now back working again, he would like to get away from the rat race but has ruled out moving to a stilt hut on the banks of the Amazon River... at least for the moment.

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