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Eaglethorpe Buxton And The Elven Princess

Auhtor: Wesley Allison

Language: english
Published: 2009

Genres:

creative commons,  fantasy,  humor
Downloads: 203
eBook size: 154Kb

Review by Bob Tobias, June 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Eaglethorpe Buxton And The Elven Princess':

A brief tale of low magic and high skulduggery set square in the world of pointy-eared elves and short-arsed goblins. Our self aggrandising hero has a genuine way with words and if you like the genre to be touched with humour this for you.

Excerpts from the Book 'Eaglethorpe Buxton And The Elven Princess':


... a certain something to the verisimilitude of a story, which is to say the truthfulness or the believability of the story. But such is the jealousy of ...
... rare. No, indeed they are common, but that does not make them worthless. Quite the contrary. Life is quite like a pie, at least in-so-much-as a life lived ...
... as he couldn't have been more than four foot ten. Grab the back of my belt, said I. I will guide you. The first thing we must do is find ...
... point, we will each eat what remains of the pie we originally started with. That way you can think of the first portion of the crabapple pie as an ...
... of Aerithraine, with whom I once had. well, she has a soft spot for orphans. Some years back she opened an orphanage called Elleena's House.. Is ...
... then paused. Do you suppose that the purple drops on the floor could have been from your blueberry pie.. Fiends. said I. To rob a man of his ...
... and defenseless, they would have to be extraordinary members of their species to take on a seasoned warrior with a weapon. That's right potato head. ...
... child almost died with her. Unborn child. It didn't die.. No, the court physician cut the child from the Queen's belly. It was a tiny baby ...
... Scant moments later, the orphan, Hysteria, and I were inside the cabin. I put Hysteria in the corner furthest from the fireplace and directed the boy ...
... very nice mutton stew. No pie though. What with all the adventures that had come upon me of late, and what with not having slept on a bed in a fortnight ...
... ago.. How long ago. I wondered. The girl looked up into the sky as she counted the years in her head. Sixty five years ago.. Sixty five ...
... mind. Slavers, bandits, trolls, ogres, and wererats. Then came the pixies, but I would change them to harpies. Finally there was Prudence the pirate. ...
... that both front teeth were gone. What can I do for you. he asked. We would like a room.. Two rooms, said the girl. And stabling for our ...
... cloaked figure. By this time the assailant had thrown two more knives, but Ellwood easily dodged them. One of them hit the wall just near my head. The ...
... which had been formed by three massive boulders piled one atop of the other two. I can only imagine that some giant piled them up thus as there was no ...
... to me the following morning I began to feel a little put off. I decided that if she wasn't going to speak to me, then I wouldn't speak to her either. ...
... I woke, there was a small bowl of mush sitting just inside the bars. It was mildly humiliating to have to eat like a dog, since my hands were still ...
... of a princess of the royal blood, said Iidreiion. How does he plead.. Guilty, said Iidreiior. What. Wait.. After having weighed all ...
... you the story. I was given another bowl of the delicious mush, which I ate, this time with more difficulty because my back really ached when I ...
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