Drynwideon, The Sword of Destiny - Yeah, Right

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Pratchett meets Tolkien in this hilarious romp through fantasy-land!

A crazy fairy and a claustrophobic dwarf are the least of Drin's worries, when he flees his cannibal village in search of paradise. Ending up on a quest, which is a recipie for certain death, can this odd band of misfits save the land from certain doom, or will Ka, the Dragon Princess, reign supreme for another thousand years? More

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About R.A. Gregory

R.A. Gregory (a.k.a. Robin Alexander Gregory or just plain old Rob Gregory) is an author and animal welfare consultant who splits his time predominantly between Northern Thailand and New Zealand, writing books, helping people to help animals and generally trying to live as contrarian a life as is possible. Consequently, he aspires to no particular genre or style, just tries to write stories that he hopes will make people smile a bit and think about how absurd the world really is (and how much better it would be if he were in charge).

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Chris Whyatt reviewed on April 19, 2019

A very strange tale. Luckless peasant Drin, is desperate to escape his horrendous existence under the rule of the cruel Dragon Queen. His journey takes him far and wide, and his unlikely partnership with a strange dwarf seems to be leading them from one disaster to another, until you realise that the unwilling heroes are unwittingly keeping each other alive. Author, Rob Gregory, introduces elements of Pratchett and Python, in some very funny scenes, but also manages to maintain his own unique style. There is also some very nice descriptive work as you can actually visualise the landscapes, which is very important. Overall; off beat humour, addictive storyline, but also a strong underlying message of co-operative survival... Against all odds. Well recommended.
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