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But Who Would Be Dumb Enough To Even Try It

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What happens when you bring seven different authors together and unleash them upon a single story? One wild adventure.

Classic spic-style fantasy told from many different points of view by a collaboration of fantasy authors.
ebook, 87 pages
Published 2012 by Marcher Lord Press
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Ron
Jul 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
An intriguing approach: a group of fantasy authors brainstorm a epic-style--though, in this case, quite short--fantasy quest. Must have been fun to do, and the product isn't half bad. In fact, if anything I would have enjoyed more plot and character development in almost every chapter--er, episode. Regardless, it was well done and immensely satisfying--not like certain spic fantasies we could all name which never seem to end.

Notable cover art by Jeff Gerke has a suitable Brothers Hildebrandt atm
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Joan Campbell
Apr 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
I've been part of a collective writing project myself and it's not easy to do. So this book, written by several authors, was a pleasant surprise indeed - fast paced, highly creative and lots of fun to read. At times it felt almost a little TOO intense, but it really did delight and inspire me. Best of all, it was a free download on the Enclave Publishing website!
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