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Lost in Glory

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Being a Hero is not a job. Being a Hero is a way of life. Quest is the only thing that matters. Failure? No such thing. Reason? Purely optional. Wisdom? A little wouldn't hurt...

Arthaxiom the Paladin is a Hero. His quest is to destroy the Evil Empire, so that's what he's going to do. What's so evil about it? It doesn't matter. A Hero does not argue with his quests. Nor doe
Kindle Edition, 220 pages
Published August 7th 2014 (first published July 31st 2010)
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Jun 15, 2017 marked it as to-read
Shelves: fantasy
Unusual choice for me but I thought I would try it.

Update after 30 pages: Not my cup of tea. Think along the lines of humor of "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".
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Sep 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-stars, fantasy
If I had to describe this book, I'd say it was in the style of early Pratchett (with fantasy tropes being mercilessly mocked) influenced by the author's a bit more absurd and abstract humour. The book was genuinely funny. I must admit though that it felt a bit as if those were two books - the first half focused almost solely on humour, while the second half introduced a truly interesting plot. While the humour did not disappear, the ending had a number o really gripping plot twists and was fairl ...more
Dawn Prickett
So I started this book and had to read the whole first section to my husband because I couldn't believe how funny it is! It's like the cheesiest, most munchkin D&D campaign ever but seen through the villain's perspective. I'm 75 pages in, and hoping that the humor continues and that the cheese factor doesn't start to wear on me. ...more
May 01, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I kept putting this down and swearing to myself that I wouldn't pick it up again, just too corny... and a few hours later I was back. Definitely not in my usual tastes, but fun and enjoyable all the same! ...more
Oh my gosh! It's like reading a Monty Python episode. Loving it so far. . .
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This book had me laughing out loud in several places.
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