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This little gem has to be one of the first books where I wore away the cover.Published 3 months ago by Gobbledeeguck
Loved this book. The way it turns the typical good vs evil tale on its head is genius and entertaining all while examining what it means to be one of the "good guys" or... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jay S. Barber
I read this book back in high school and wanted to have it. It's a great book, with great characters!Published 8 months ago by Allen L.
... in the hopes it'd stand the shibboleths of the fantasy genre on its head. Nope, nary a one.
The premise is that the final triumph of Good vs Evil has happened --... Read more
One of my favorite books. The story lampoons many of the tropes of your classic fantasy stories (and D&D campaigns) by turning them on their head. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Allis
Read it before, but it's very re-readable. Got this for someone as a gift, and he loved it! He thought he'd never be able to find it.Published 10 months ago by Red
Took forever to find another copy of this but it was well worth the searching.Published 11 months ago by Lichan
This is by far my favorite fantasy book. This book takes the archetypes we know so well (to an extent of boredom, even!) and gives them a big, fresh twist. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Brawlio