Still suffering from manic depression and thrown on the scrapheap of unemployment, Richard fled the country to start a new life with a new wife on a new continent, but was living under the Apartheid Regime of South Africa really any worse than life in Britain under the jack boot of Maggie 'Snatcher' Thatcher and her Tory henchmen? How does anyone calculate the cube root of an elephant? Once the calculation is completed, how is it applied, and to what? How did The Peebob get its name? Who were the Architects of Babel? The answer to these questions and many more are finally revealed within. Written in the same engaging and entertaining style as the previous book, this second outing has the same humour and pathos but still keeps the reader engrossed enough to want to turn the pages for the next belly laugh...and there are plenty.