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Flora is a plucky teenage girl.
Cobra is a double agent.
Flint Driscoll is a reporter.
Captain Smith is a military man.
Moon is a bored drone pilot.
Daddy Jesus is an inflictor of pain.

They were never expected to meet, except for one farcical war . . .


'darkly enjoyable war-com romp ... one absurdist delight follows another in rapid succession' Guardian.
'O'Loughlin's aims are worthy, his targets apt, and his descriptions of a war zone evocative' Independent on Sunday.
Independent on Sunday
'a darkly comic satire on contemporary imperialism' Irish Independent.
Irish Independent
'Hilarious stuff - very Dr Strangelove' Irish Times.
Irish Times
'Ex-war reporter O'Loughlin's darkly comic thriller highlighting the hypocrisy and absurdities of the 'war against terror' is set in a dystopian future that feels all too familiar' Seven magazine.
Seven magazine
'Cynical, funny, harrowing and revelatory' Sunday Business Post.
Sunday Business Post
'Ingenious ... Wonderfully rich' Sunday Telegraph.
Sunday Telegraph