A homeless man who ran away from his house 15 years ago when he learned the tooth ferry wasn't real has signed a £15,000,000 contract with Randomansion Inc, and Tigergate Pictures.
For the past 12 years, Robin Davice-slatts, 28, from Croydon, surrey could be found most days in Croydon Library writing away, in this time he's written 6 books, and is writing a 7th. The golden Eagle is a trilogy which has the feeling of a Terry Pritchett, J.K. Rowling and James Patterson featuring Genkins, a man who has to kill a genitally modified monster knows as Walfvain, the books, which are also set in a post-apocalyptic has a touch of 'The Stand', by Steven King but is set in 2080 as opposed to 9080.
Instead of The Flu, an angered Wolfvain, who had been a renowned scientist who had created a immune system, which can destroy all known illnesses, it was credited to a team who'd been funded by the government and had been attempting what Walfvain did in 8 months, for 25 years.
Walfvain attempted to reveal the truth on live TV, the broadcast was cut short and Walfvain was genetically modified into a half human, half wolf.
Walfvain was imprisoned but escaped and has launched a chemical in the water which will genetically mutate all who even touches it, or touches anything that's come into contact with the water.
In an interview, Davice-slatts revealed that he's written 5 endings to the series, the first book will appear on shelves next week. Davice-slatts other books include the enforcer, about a boy whose family treated him very badly and has moved away to university and starts dreaming about his future with events including setting the family home on fire. However, Jake Davis the main character has a dream about his father, Nick who's an alcoholic property developer getting drunk and killing a rival, Jake reports this and other crimes to the police, and in the, as-yet untitled sequel has joined the police and uses evidence to visualise the crime and discover the criminal.
Linons Gate Cinema is already adapting the four completed books, and will adapt The Enforces sequel and Davice-slatts 3 books with 'a budget to rival The Lord Of The Rings trilogy' with Davice-slatts, playing both Genkins, and later Davis.
Sitting in his 5 bedroom house, Davice-slatts said, 'It's been a long time coming, but I've finally gotten my work out there and I'm loving all the good times I'm currently experiencing, it shows that it doesn't matter what walk of life you come from, anything's possible. Davice-slatts will be at Water stones, Oxford Street next Friday to sign The Golden Eagle, Pre order now.