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The final instalment of the 
Kangazang! trilogy, Kangazang! Small Cosmos continues the adventures of Jeff and Ray as they find half of the galaxy has been taken over by a militaristic army of peanuts. Meanwhile, Jeff's newborn baby, a highly advanced cyborg, is growing exponentially with terrifying potential. And Marta Vina, the galaxy's top secret agent is sent on her most important mission of all...


Terry Cooper was born in London in 1969 and moved to the Welsh Valleys in 1980. After a brief period in the music industry with his band Best Shot, who supported East 17 on tour around the UK, Terry went back to his artistic roots and worked for various film and television companies. He has since graduated from the University of Glamorgan with a degree in Computer Animation. Terry released his first bookKangazang: Remote Possibilities in 2008 as the beginning of the now-complete Kangazang trilogy.

During May 
2012, Terry, travelled to the Tunisian desert to restore Luke Skywalkers home. He can often be found impersonating Captain Jack Sparrow  all over South Wales, and is currently finishing off his first feature film, OFFWORLD, which he wrote and directed in 2017.
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A word from the author
05 January 2020
Hello there! As you might know, it's been a full ten years since I first published Kangazang (remote possibilities), the book that launched Candy Jar as a publisher. As a thank you to them for the support and kindness, and the fun I've had writing these three books, I'm not taking a single penny in royalties from sales. I'm just happy that I finally have a scifi trilogy in print, and they deserve every penny for the years of hard work they do, publishing every kind of book and taking in submissions from new writers all the time, unlike many other publishers. Give them a visit some time. And thank you for your interest in the Kangazang trilogy. Let me know what you thought! - Terry
Terry Cooper (Author)
A satisfying end to a great trilogy. Any more??
05 January 2020
Kangazang 3, as I call it, does a great job of tying up all the situations from the past two books, and it's still accessible enough to stand on it's own, so that those poor souls who haven't read 1 and 2 can still get enough information to enjoy it. I will say that some of the emotional beats will hit you harder if you know more about the events of parts 1 and 2. Importantly its' as funny as the first two! I hope we get more adventures from Jeff and Ray and all the other Kangazang heroes though. I could see the Kanagazang saga as a TV series! Netflix, are you listening?!
Wayne Hambridge
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