Sir Nathan and the Quest for Queen Gobbledeegook

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Sir Nathan and the Quest for Queen Gobbledeegook is a silly fantasy adventure, written for boys and girls ages 8 through 14, and for those young at heart. More

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About Mark Smith

Mark Smith lives in a small town in the Midwest and has enjoyed the creative outlet of writing since a young age. Sir Nathan and the Quest for Queen Gobbledeegook was originally written as a silly romp through a land of adventure for the author's young nieces and nephews. Now it has been rewritten and edited for a general release, aimed at other children like the author's 10 year old son and for those young at heart.

Sir Nathan and the Troublesome Task and Sir Nathan and the Clammy Calamity are the 2nd and 3rd book in the author's Somewhat Silly Story series.

All three books are fantasy adventures, written using what the author likes to refer to as "absurd humor". Inspired by authors like Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett, Mark Simon Smith hopes to recreate the same giggling experience for younger readers in the hopes of encouraging them to read.


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Review by: David Estes on May 10, 2012 :
Really enjoyed this, it's great for kids and adults of all ages. If you like silly humor and stories about knights and giants, you'll love this zany tale!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Bill Grittinger on March 26, 2012 :
I bought it for my son and found it be a fun and an excellent read. I look forward to the author's next book!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Jon Hornbacher on Feb. 03, 2012 :
My ten year-old girl gobbled this book up. She's a voracious but discerning reader, so this is indeed high praise. The writing is clever, funny, and highly quotable (as we found out on a car ride when she was reading Sir Nathan). Lots of giggles.

I'm reading it now too and totally understand why my daughter loved it. Reminds me of Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams, but for kids. Just has that fun-to-read style.

Highly recommended!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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