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Galactic Keegan

Scott Innes

Publisher: Unbound

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Based on the cult @GalacticKeegan Twitter account, which has an engaged following of over 70k.Individual tweets regularly reach 2k likes, and often exceed 5k. The novel combines the sci-fi surrealism of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy with the affectionate parody and football humour that make the account so beloved.

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