Adam Jones is allergic to sport. It makes him go all red and sweaty. But he does love the work Sport Relief do for communities around the country. He has written this novella especially for the event and will be donating all the author proceeds to the Sport Relief charity.

A Game of One Half tells the story of the strangest football game ever played. Not having enough people for a full football team presents a problem for Sergeant Roy Jarvis, Little Whippendon’s self-appointed team captain. Luckily for him, some extra players are available at the last minute. Unluckily for him, most of them are dead. With a cast of zombies, werewolves, vampires and pensioners, A Game of One Half is not to be missed.


“Perfectly hilarious.” Amazon Review

“Another great installment from Little Whippendon.” Amazon Review

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In Support of Sport Relief, an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland). 
All of the author’s profits from this volume will be donated to Sport Relief. Full details can be found at the author’s website 

Sport Relief is a Comic Relief initiative. The money raised is spent on changing lives in the UK and abroad. In the UK, funds are spent on giving shelter to young people living on the streets and protecting those living with domestic abuse. Across the world, funds help get children into education and provide communities with fresh water and life-saving vaccines. 

This is just the start of some of the amazing work Comic Relief do. For more information please visit or call (+44) 300 123 50870. 

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