Everyone thinks Tom Miller is very lucky. He's got loads of friends, girls flock around him and he bears a close resemblance to royal heart-throb Prince George - so he can also make money as a lookalike. But under the surface, Tom doesn't find life so easy. He desperately wants to ask Louise out, but can never quite do it. His best friend, Jack, seems troubled and Tom doesn't know how to help. And he's spending so much time pretending to be Prince George, that he's worried he might be losing his own identity ...It takes a school skiing trip to Scotland and a chance encounter for Tom to find out what it really means to be yourself, in this witty and insightful novel.
Simon Cheshire lives in Warwick with his wife and young daughter. While he was trying to get his work published, he did a number of different jobs. In writing children's books, he feels he has finally found his metier.