King Bones makes Helen Fielding laugh

Helen Fielding has been reading King Bones, and yes it’s pure LOL . ‘ A rollicking, hilarious page-turning romp. Beautifully irreverently written with energy, originality fun and style. The characters burst from the page , the gleeful prose glitters, the plot never lets up pace.’

Meet Aunty Ratbag— the most evil aunt in the world— and her disgusting, horrible dogs.  Danny’s parents who run the world’s worst restaurant — though the rat-tail udon noodles are delicious — till they decide to steal the Crown Jewels. King Bones and his skeleton army who are buried in the cemetery between the dog food factory and the cat food factory in the disgusting  and creepy town of Greezy.