Book Of The Day – The Complete Pete

by Ron on October 21, 2014

Today’s Book of the Day is a set of 8 Humor books by Pete Sortwell and it’s 75% off for a limited time. The Complete Pete has a 4.6 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $3!

“I enjoyed this collection, there are some real gems in there.” Thomas – Amazon Reviewer

The Complete Pete
by Pete Sortwell
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Humor
Price: $0.99 save $3


The Complete Pete. (Pete Sortwell – all 8 books 2012/13)

In 2012 Pete Sortwell did something that no one had ever done before, he wrote a book entirely made from fictional product reviews of items listed for sale on Amazon. In 2014 Pete does another first, doing away with box sets, he has produced the first ever Kindle Book Shelf. Here are all the books Pete wrote in 2012 and 2013, all on a shelf.

The Village Idiot Reviews written entirely in the form of product reviews, we guarantee you’ve never read a book quite like this before. Hilarious and wholly original, ‘The Village Idiot Reviews’ pokes gentle fun at the more obscure corners of your favorite e-commerce sites – and introduces the most bonkers set of countryside dwellers since ‘The Vicar of Dibley’.

The Office Idiot Reviews– we have to work with all sorts of idiots every day – every office has them. Read about the trials and tribulations of this idiotic workforce as they explain their recent life events through their reviews of the things they’ve bought.

The Idiot Government Reviews– we’ve all seen the news over the last few years, watching in wonder and disbelief at the situations the people entrusted to run the country get themselves into and then proceed to lie their way out of. Just imagine – and this won’t be hard – that they were so stupid that they wrote reviews of the items that got them into or out of their latest bit of trouble and posted them online.

More Village Idiot Reviews– it’s been a year since their last outing and Brian, Ethel and Father Frederick are back with more village idiocy. Catch up with the latest antics of Pete’s bonkers set of countryside dwellers, again written entirely in the form of product reviews.

Dating in the Dark– sometimes love just pretends to be blind: Jason is unhappily single and will do anything for a date. With a face not even a mother could love, he comes up with the only thing he thinks will work: dating a blind woman. However, to do that, he needs to pretend he’s blind himself. Will Jason be able to fool both his blind date and her best friend? With everything to play for, Jason faces the biggest challenge of his life, and nobody – especially not him – can see how it’ll all turn out.

Bride and Gloom– sometimes love is better off blind: in ‘Dating in the Dark’ Jason Harding fell in love with Emma and in this book, they decide to get married. But from getting a suit tailored to his short height to trying to keep a lid on his best man’s plans for a wild weekend in Liverpool, he faces a struggle if he’s going to make to the wedding without having a full nervous breakdown. Will Jason make it to the church on time, in possession of both his eyebrows and, of course, the rings?

The Diary of an Expectant Father– not only is Graham Peterson unlucky in his choice of careers, he’s also been terrible with women throughout his adult life. That changes when he meets Alison, but within a month of meeting her he gets the news that he’s about to become a father for the first time. ‘The Diary of an Expectant Father’ charts the months leading up to what should be the happiest day of a young couple’s life, but with a relationship so new and a career so bad, can Graham keep everything together for the sake of his unborn child?

The Diary of a Hapless Father– charts those first three terrifying months of parenthood. With all the angst and fear of a new father, Graham needs to pull his socks up if he’s going to become the father he always dreamed he would be. This book is for all those who have been through early parenthood or just want to know how a man deals with all those things.

Noang-Lish– is Pete’s almost award winning short story

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

I have been following Pete Sortwell for a while now and he never disappoints. I love his style – it’s both hilarious and insightful, and he has a real talent for writing witty dialogue in his characters.


I enjoyed all the books in this collection, for the price they are all together, it’s a great deal. All the books are really funny and although sometimes dealing with difficult situations or issues, it’s done in a tactful and humorous way.


I love all of these books and have read them pretty much as soon as they’ve come out. It’s nice to see them all together. If you’re looking for a laugh then definitely get these.


At times poignant, very funny and always entertaining. Great characterisation, gripping plotlines and believable stories. Watch out for Pete Sortwell, he’s a rising star!


Pete Sortwell is the kind of risk taker I admire. His series of review books were an original concept that was both funny and entertaining.

Get The Complete Pete here: The Complete Pete

About The Author

Pete is 32 and lives with his wife, Lucie, and their pet sofa, Jeff. He’s been writing for just under four years and they’ve been pretty eventful; well, more eventful than he thought sitting on Jeff, typing, would be, anyway.

Author of comedy e-books ‘The Village Idiot Reviews’, ‘The Office Idiot Reviews’ and ‘The Idiot Government Reviews’, ‘More Village idiot Reviews.’ These books sell more than he ever thought they would, and he’s hooked. ‘Dating in the Dark’ is Pete’s first self-published novel. His traditionally published novel, ‘So Low, So High’, was published by Caffeine Nights in June 2013.

In December 2013 Pete hit the top 100 UK kindle chart with two of his books. The Village Idiot Reviews and Dating in the Dark sometimes love just pretends to be blind.

In January 2014 he hit #16 in the overall Kindle Chart.

More Office Idiot Reviews is due for release in March 2014.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Pete Sortwell and ENT appreciate it.


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