Madagascar Rhodes's magical novel The Alchemist's Apprentice enchanted millions, making him the most famous author in the world. And yet you've never heard of him. Or his book. The whole thing is a little hard to explain. To unravel the tangled threads of reality you have to go back to the beginning. To a New Year's Eve party in Cambridgeshire in 1996. Or earlier, when an unsuccessful novelist called Roderick Bent embarked on a train journey that turned into a nightmare. Actually, it doesn't matter where you start from. The point is that you'll soon understand why there's never been another book like it. And, more importantly, why you can't remember that you've already read it.
Praise for this book
"A genuinely magical novel..." - Michael Marshall Smith
Used availability for Jeremy Dronfield's The Alchemist's Apprentice
July 2001 : UK Hardback
November 2013 : UK Paperback
1618 : UK Paperback
November 2013 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition