In Line to the Throne: Prince Charles and the Other 29 in Waiting

Author(s): Paul McNally (Editor)


We all know who's next in the line to the British throne:Charles, William, George, Charlotte, Harry. All well-known tabloid darlings. But what about everyone else in the waiting room?In Line To The Throne traces the line of succession from Lady Di's ex through to the Kiwi-born 30th in line, Tane Mahuta Lewis, profiling and assessing the leadership skills of each along the way.Learn how Beatrice will lead a stylistic revolution of enormous headpieces and the subsequent heightening of all royal doorways. Learn how William will take a leaf out of North Korea's book and implement mandatory male hairstyles. Learn how baby Charlotte will fight to remove the stigma attached to bedwetting.By the book's end, you'll be more across your future headsof state than Ma'am herself.


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Author Tobias Anthony wanted us to stress that he is not a hipster. He lives in inner-city Melbourne, Australia, is completing his PhD in English literature and teaches creative writing at a university. Oh, and he rides a bike and wears a moustache. So...yeah. From the moment Jeremy Cassar discovered he shared a birthday with Italian legend Marcello Mastroianni, he knew he was destined for greatness. This quickly proved true, as at an early age he broke out into the competitive world of board-game writing, concocting over two thousand questions for multiple editions of Hasbro's world-renowned game - Trivial Pursuit, Master Edition. Since then, he has completed multiple screenwriting degrees at AFTRS (The Australian Film, Television and Radio School), an institution voted one of the top ten schools in the world by The Hollywood Reporter. His work has since been published on and in Cleo magazine, as well as plastered across advertising billboards. He lives in Sydney, where he is currently in talks to have both a screenplay made into a feature, and a literary novel published. These talks are mostly with his mother.

General Fields

  • : 9781925418071
  • : Smith Street Books
  • : Smith Street Books
  • : June 2016
  • : 185mm X 160mm
  • : Australia
  • : June 2016
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paul McNally (Editor)
  • : Hardback
  • : Oslo Davis
  • : English
  • : 828.9202
  • : 80
  • : Full colour illustrations