Malcolm Tilsley is a street cleaner. He is well educated and smart and clean. And being a street cleaner is all he ever wanted to be. Street cleaning is a family tradition, it's in his blood, and he wants to be the best there has been. Willy Eckerslike, Managing Director of Suburbiaville Newtown council has different ideas and wants to replace Malcolm with a fantastic vehicle called the "All-in-One-Der." Manned by Rubbish Robots, the mobile wheelie-bins equipped with mechanical arms and different attachments are faster, more efficient and cheaper than humans. It makes Malcolm redundant. What A Load of Rubbish is a brilliant mix of social theory, human spirit and classical heroism that culminates in a battle between man and machine.
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Here's a small taster of the unfathomable garbage you'll be subjected to on the inside:
Here! Just look at what some of the fictional reviewers that I just made up are saying about this... erm..."book."
"After over 7 decades of painstaking research into self-publishing, 41 year old Jack Offonew has finally unleashed his masterwork which was written last week by other people." - The Daily Moron
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"Best book for self-publishers ever, I love re-reading it on my motorbike!" - Guy "Kawasaki" Jones
"On the outside it's just another self-publishing book, if you look deeper however you'll see that the author is slightly touched." - John the blogger
"This was acutely distressing. Those poor, poor co-authors." - Charles Manson
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