Starting Over

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
High school nobody Mike Cosley is stumped about what to do with his future - until he discovers a door at the back of his closet that leads into another world. Follow Mike into a world of wizards, demons, fairies, and bards. Based on the long-running webcomic "Bardsworth". More
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About Peter Tarkulich

Peter Tarkulich is the author behind the fantasy noir series "Mystery, Murder, and Magic", as well as the lighthearted fantasy series "Bardsworth University", based on his webcomic "Bardsworth".

Peter lives in upstate New York with his wife, two kids, a cat, and a rabbit. In addition to writing and drawing he also loves cooking, home brewing beer, watching movies and cartoons, and generally living life to its fullest. His goal is to be as successful a Renaissance man as he can be.

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About the Series: Bardsworth University
Follow Mike Cosley, a young man from our world who happens upon a door in the back of his closet that leads to another world, as he struggles through college at Bardsworth University in his wizardly studies classes.

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Reviews of Starting Over by Peter Tarkulich

Ashe Skyler reviewed on May 25, 2019

Enjoyed the webcomic, loved the book. Mr. Tarkulich's sense of humour shines through better in the writing and I literally laughed out loud at multiple points. I eagerly await future releases.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
ericpjohnson reviewed on July 18, 2015
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As a fan of the webcomic, I enjoyed revisiting the story in prose form. The characters are fun and the story is an easy read. I look forward to further installments.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Krenn reviewed on July 6, 2015

A nice start to a fun series. My only qualm is that the book is rather short and leaves on an odd point in the story. Can't wait for more.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
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