Read Hysterical Realms by Giovanni Valentino Garry McNulty Clay Sheldon Ken MacGregor Gwendolyn Kiste Branden Linley Dusty Wallace Nick Nafpliotis Online

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Not all epic adventures are fun. Imagine walking all the way to Mount Gloom with The wizard that needs to stop all the time to tinkle, a dwarf who continually asks are we there yet and a perpetually lost elf that will not stop and ask for directions. Here is a collection of humorous tales of adventure like dwarf private investigators, mean spirited unicorns, randy genies aNot all epic adventures are fun. Imagine walking all the way to Mount Gloom with The wizard that needs to stop all the time to tinkle, a dwarf who continually asks are we there yet and a perpetually lost elf that will not stop and ask for directions. Here is a collection of humorous tales of adventure like dwarf private investigators, mean spirited unicorns, randy genies and girlfriend stealing centaurs. So if you think you have what it takes to brave the misty mountains and howling canyons, grab your magic sword, sacred shield and your copy of “Dungeoneering for Dummies”.Enter the Hysterical Realms if you dare!One Ring of Cheese Will Bind Us All!...

Title : Hysterical Realms
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ISBN : 9780996049283
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 300 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Hysterical Realms Reviews

  • Helen Rena
    2018-11-20 04:42

    Fun Read Hysterical Realms is a collection of short stories parodying fantasy, fairy tales, and paranormal literature. I’m usually very careful around spoofs because they can be just too silly for my taste, but this anthology was very funny. I particularly liked “Parking for the Apocalypse” by Branden Linley. It’s about four horsemen of Apocalypse coming to Austin, Texas, to bring about the end of days. Only they can’t park their chariot, which is why they can’t start their Armageddon. And so they bicker and keep on driving around, and Famine is always hungry and always talking about stopping for some fast food, and Death quietly does not want the world to end because he has some side deal with Taxes. It’s hilarious. Also, some stories in this collection had unusual twists. For example “Dungeoneering for Dummies” by Clay Sheldon describes a city where delving into dungeons is as widespread as hiking or mountaineering. There are professional dungeoneers. There is also a professional organization for them called The Heroes Guild, and its senior member is harassed into coming up with tips and tricks for beginning dungeoneers. His main tip is to not delve into dungeons because it’s dangerous. I loved it. I also found reading these stories relaxing. Since I knew the characters would be okay at the end of each story, I didn’t stress. I would recommend this anthology to anyone who wants some light-hearted reading. I was given an Advanced Reader Copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Dan
    2018-12-07 08:40