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Park Ranger Park Paperback – January 25, 2017
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"Park Ranger Park is fast-paced, with fully-realized characters coming at us from every direction... There's a lot of character-driven humor here which doesn't detract from the fact that Park is fighting for very deadly stakes. Park Ranger Park is a book - and a character - that you will enjoy." - The Thunder Child
"a fast-paced fantasy adventure with a likeable and even admirable hero, caught in a world that is vividly brought to life... unique writing style draws the reader in by the throat and doesn't let go of their attention until the final page." - Amazon (Verified Purchase) Review
"If you are a fan of alternate universes, look no further." - Amazon (Verified Purchase) Review
"Buckle up... get ready for a ride into an amazing alternative world, full of some of the most creative and captivating characters..." - Amazon (Verified Purchase) Review
"I just loved this book! Mr. Kiesche typically writes stories that don't neatly fit into just one genre. This is a mix of scifi, mystery, romance, adventure, and comedy all rolled up into one rollicking ride..." - Amazon(Verified Purchase) Review
From the Author
I love the outdoors, hiking, creating, and the pure magic of fantasy fiction. However, without the help of a great many people this novel would never been imagined, written, or published. Your support and encouragement continues to give me the strength to express, create, dream, and put things out to the World. Thanks to all who have read material of mine in the past, reviewed material, purchased material, or have gone to see shows I've written.
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But Park has more pressing problems. He has been transported into another world where magic reigns, and he has gotten on the wrong side of a wizard that will stop at nothing to destroy him. But nothing will stop Park from fulfilling his goal to find the missing women and bring them back – not golems, trolls, deadly shape-shifters, mischievous pixies, let alone the human denizens of this strange new world.
Author Tom Kiesche has crafted a fast-paced fantasy adventure with a likeable and even admirable hero, caught in a world that is vividly brought to life. His unique writing style draws the reader in by the throat and doesn’t let go of their attention until the final page.
I really enjoyed Park Ranger Park – the many laugh-out-loud moments are character-driven and don’t detract from the mystery and suspense of the story itself. There’s also plenty of moments that had me in tears – that’s the mark of a good writer!
Park Ranger Park needs a sequel, I hope Mr. Kiesche has one in the works!
I really enjoyed Tom Kiesche's writing - it's descriptive, fast-paced, and very funny at times. His characters are believable and you're likely to find yourself rooting for them. Not to mention all the plot twists, especially the ending, which will keep you on the edge of your seat! It's like a thrilling, action-packed, magical roller coaster. I hope Kiesche is planning on writing a sequel because I would love to revisit this world and these characters. I'd recommend "Park Ranger Park" for anyone who enjoys well written novels, no matter the genre (since, as I said, it's hard to categorize).