Jack Thomas lives in Northern California with his wife, Sandra. He has always been interested in writing fiction, but only began to truly pursue it in high school. Besides writing, he enjoys drawing comics and creating music.
on Aug. 16, 2013 :
This is an epic book in the most tongue in cheek sense that I’ve read in a long time, as its ‘epicness’ spreads out over a whole 22 pages.
If you’re looking for magic, swords that throw up, lots of food and a hero written the style of Terry Pratchett and the Monty Python crew, this is a definite read for you.
It’s funny, fast moving and provides everyone that touches it with snacks along the way. If you like monsters in your tales; this one has them, although not in the way you would imagine. They come with their own issues and style that you won’t find anywhere else; think Shrek on a not so good day.
If you want a read that will have you chuckling at the antics our hero deals with, and he has a lot more patience than I would with his ‘chatty’ friend, pick this up and dig in. There’s nothing offensive, crude or lewd about it, so you may even want to share it with your children.
Originally reviewed on: http://catesbooknuthut.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/review-trallis-the-warrior-and-the-sword-of-unimaginable-power-the-ridiculously-epic-saga-of-trallis-the-warrior/
(review of free book)