Today is a rather unusual day for the Dragon…He has devoured much of his own work and finds his stomach very full.
The cook pot is boiling and Seer lies upside-down by the Dragon’s bloated tummy. “Enough!” He is heard to growl loudly. “The book is almost ready to share!”
The story is a dual theme of reality and fantasy. Xavier, a young gamer with a curse, must find a way to survive as a knight in a world filled with demons and dragons. There is only one thing he truly seeks–the love of a princess.
A Steaming Cup of Baya!
Pros and Cons of cooking–
- It has plenty of Dragons.
- It has tasty gypsy dancers
- Baya, a Glahee Gypsy drink sounds a lot like coffee
- the story really works up a hungry appetite
- the insane mind of Patrick O’Scheen flows clearly in each line
the Dragon says: “ROAR!!!! Don’t even think about eating it! You will enjoy this book!! It will be on sale soon at Amazon and all the other fine
gypsy eateries places books are sold!!!”
The Dragon can be found right here!!! Roar!!!
——The Dragon rubs his grey scaled belly and considers his next meal. The book Days Gone Bad an urban fantasy written by Eric Asher lies upside-down near his cooking pots and he asks himself aloud, “should I read it …or eat it?”——
Let’s chew on the story a bit. Damian Vesik is an urban necromancer. That’s right…an enigma who manages a magic shop called Death’s Door smack dab in the middle of old town. The plot commands a panoply of secondary characters, a vampire sister, several fairies and even magical cu sith puppies, lacking nothing in tasty mythical creatures.
The necromancer himself has a hearty appetite for –of all things—! chimichangas!
—–The dragon is fond of hot food and a bit of fire escapes his lips as he considers the menu!!!!——
The story shifts from problems concerning the necromancer’s sister when his mentor, Zola, returns from a long absence. There is evil afoot and it will take necromancers to fix the world’s troubles. However Damian is just a beginner at the craft…
An old ally is conjuring zombies and playing with ancient relics…putting the very essence of life at risk.
——–Cooking pros and cons:
- There is abundance of humor mixed into the story.
- Damian is a junior necromancer and so makes mistakes…which makes him way more believable.
- There are fairies that live in a clock and grow to gigantic proportions when angered.
- The plot moves along at a good pace.
- The prose is very readable.
- The story line keeps the reader attracted throughout the book.
- There are no dragons in the story….
- Chimichangas don’t reheat well with dragon fire.
The Dragon says save this book for reading. Although a tasty treat, it will be much better consumed by the mind. This is an entertaining novel. Buy it! !!!!ROAR!!!! available where all fine
food books are sold!
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