Lore of the Underlings: Episode 4 ~ The Letting Pen

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Lore of the Underlings continues. In this episode: The three strangers -- John Cap, Morio, and their mysterious young woman friend -- find themselves locked away in a curious crooked chamber, a place with foreboding in the air and the smell of something evil. What hellish fate awaits them here as "guests" of Fyryx and his Guard? Only time (and space) will tell... More
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Words: 11,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301404223
About John Klobucher

John Klobucher is the author of many technical manuals that you'd never want to read. But he is also to blame for "Lore of the Underlings" — a poetically heroic and comically apocalyptic episodic fantasy-fiction epic — and other tales from the world of Lore.

And there's much more Lore in store! For behind-the-scenes news and nonsense, including dramatic podcasts of the Lore, hie thee to this bloggery: loreoftheunderlings.com

John has also been known to paint a little, including the watercolors used in the cover art for "Lore of the Underlings".

John lives in Framingham, Massachusetts, USA with his wife Diane, son Sam, and daughter Mia.

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Review by: Diane S.H. on May 27, 2014 :
All about the heroes - In this ebook, the author starts to flesh out the three heroes introduced in the intro episodes of the series: the strong and silent John Cap, the very funny Morio, and mystery girl Vaam. I enjoyed spending time with them all. They seem to be shaping up as a classic epic trio.
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Review by: N.G. Jones on Aug. 17, 2013 :
This episode takes a very poetic look at the strangers introduced earlier and tells what has become of them. The author has put them in an uncomfortable pickle! But that's good for us, because we get to overhear their stories as they figure things out. That is until we're left with a true cliffhanger...
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