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Sword of the Bull Mongoni

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Tarmok is the last of the Bull Mongoni.

The Bull Mongoni were a fierce and noble species of hominids that once roamed the mountains of Eurasia and the forests of Africa.

"Sword of the Bull Mongoni" opens with Tarmok rescuing an escaped slave girl from the clutches of the notorious Roman General Galvon. Afterwards, he hears a strange and haunting musical voice that captivates
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 11th 2012 by iUniverse (first published April 1st 2012)
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A few things first in the interest of full disclosure so that you know where I am coming from.

I purchased this book because I am familiar with some of the author's earlier work, including "Gunner Star", a novel from 2004 which is sort of a prequel for both this book and its predecessor "Rise of the Bull Mongoni".

Both "Rise of the Bull Mongoni" and "Sword of the Bull Mongoni" are written in the screenplay format. I read screenplays often. It is a quick, graphic, visual style where structure mean
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I received this book, like many before it recently, through a GoodReads giveaway. It arrived in the mail just days ago and bore a return address label with the author's name on it so I know that they mailed it themselves. This always makes me a bit soft-hearted since I wish to encourage those who are just starting out.

Unfortunately, try as I might, I find precious little to say that would be at all encouraging about this book. The story line is embarrassingly cliche and overly graphic. The writi
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James J. Caterino is a freelance writer and copywriter based in South Florida. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and the Action/Cut school of directing. He is the author of ten published books including the Caitlin Star series, She, Action Figure, All About Amy, and Video Noir. Please visit for more information.
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