The Adventures of Larson and Garrett Trouble in Atjibur

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Trouble in Atjibur is the fourth installment of The Adventures of Larson and Garrett. The two friends venture off into the caves beneath Lod to rescue a young man in distress. A dwarf joins the group. They fight giant spiders. Everyone laughs until they accidentally come across members of The White Wraith cult.
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About the Series: The Adventures of Larson and Garrett
Two friends join the forces of good to fight against a daemon trying to become the new God of Destruction!

Begin the series with young Larson in The Sleeping Tree. Then, journey to Pallisade and face A Werewolf int the Dark. Next, meet Garrett in Infestation; the duo take on an infestation of goblins! Trouble brews in Trouble in Atjibur; it turns out the White Wraith cult is very much active. Learn about a young man's troubled past in Garrett's Tale, and then ride alongside the duo in On to Xorinth. In Xorinth, they run afoul more danger, but get some help from a detective and start Investigating Trouble. After that, Larson and Garrett learn about the Honor of Thieves, but that's before the Assault on Stormguard. In Stormguard, the capitol of Ruvonia, Larson and Garrett take the fight to the White Wraiths who are working for a daemon called Lagos. Their adventures come to an end with A People Defiled....

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Review by: upupupupupu1 on Aug. 16, 2017 :
The series keeps getting better and better.
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Review by: petepee1111 on Feb. 8, 2017 :
The fourth Larson and Garrett

Larson and Garrett are back from their adventure with the goblins, and while they're resting up trying to figure out what they got from the goblin and where Larson's family is, they learn that their friend is in trouble, so they team up with a dwarf to rescue their friend in some caves.
The story sounds pretty vapid, but first, the characters are so freakin cool, it doesn't even matter, and second this particular story is really funny. Third, in the caves they run across some cultists which lead me to belive that they have something to do with Larson's family.
There's definitely more coming. All I can say is that if you;re going to start reading these stories, you should start with the first one, and by the time you read this one, you'll love it. I think if you started with this one, you might be at a loss, they're almost like episodes of a tv series or something.
All in all, this one was not as good as the previous three.
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