A Boy Who Loved War

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Like many boys, Hraun enjoyed the thought of war. Weapons were interesting, and battle flags were colorful and beautiful. His war fantasies, however, were stronger than most and bordered on obsession. In the city of Dunning Cove with its delicate balance between the ruling class and the trolls living in the underworld, his obsession leads him on an adventure that will change the city forever. More

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About Jon Burr

I am an adventurer, a writer, and a college professor. Though my work tends to cross genres, it will generally always include a certain degree of humor, adventure, and fantasy. I enjoy reading almost anything by Stephen King, Thomas Hardy, Henry David Thoreau, and Algernon Blackwood.

Here are some recommendations regarding the works I've uploaded to this site:

Coming of Age: Woolly

Comedy Horror: Puffin Panic, Jump Rope and DIE, and Beaver Dam (check out the following hilarious review of this story by karen on Goodreads.com: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/609687279)

Fun/Humor: Jump Rope and DIE, The Knights of Vicksburg, and any of the "Versus . . . " installments

Imaginative/Sports: Universe Cup

Short Story: Empty Storage

Horror/History: I've uploaded three parts of a Vampire Presidents series called Domestic Tranquility, and they are my most popular writings. That said, it takes a lot of time to do the necessary research to achieve *some* degree of historical accuracy (yeah, I know, these are vampire stories . . . ), and feedback has been negative to non-existent, so, for now, the series is discontinued. If you want more, please leave a review indicating as much, and I'll get it going once again. My original plan was to go from George Washington all the way to Barack Obama. Not an undertaking I want to take on without some major support.

Fantasy: Hraun's War and The Knights of Vicksburg

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Review by: Katherine Gae T. Yamar on April 01, 2013 :
The title intrigued me, and so did the short description. And when I finished the story, I must say that I love the adventures of Hraun. I also like the fusion of art and adventure. I was just a bit distracted for reading a lot of participial phrases, yet storywise, I like it.
(review of free book)

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