The Magic of Eyri
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Imagination. Creativity. Art. All of these were alien concepts to science-minded thirteen-year-old Steve. So his parents sent Steve away from his boring suburban home of Beacon Pines to spend a fun-filled summer in the mid-Michigan town of River City with his Uncle Shameless. It would be a summer neither of them would ever forget. On what should have been a normal canoe tr...more
Paperback, 500 pages
Published April 27th 2007 by Daniel J Hogan
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David
I'm fairly certain that Daniel J. Hogan has hit on every overdone fantasy trope, children's trope, and bad pun that has ever existed, made fun of it, and then made it integral to his epic story. This book needs every one of its 500 pages to both tell the story of a kid learning how to be a kid and to mock every silly thing that we take for granted in high fantasy.
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Daniel J. Hogan self-published his first humorous fantasy novel, THE MAGIC OF EYRI, in 2007. Daniel finished a new humorous fantasy novel, RIDDLE OF THE WHITE GUN (about 80 thousand words), in 2012 and is currently searching for an agent. He does not plan to self-publish at this time.

In 2009, Daniel began adapting THE MAGIC OF EYRI to a podcast (performing most of the character voices himself), wh...more
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