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Og-Grim-Dog and The Dark Lord

(Me Three #2)

4.64  ·  Rating details ·  22 ratings  ·  9 reviews
From Hero to Villain

What does a three-headed ogre do when they are banned from being a hero?

Why, apply to be a henchman of The Dark Lord, of course.

Prepare yourself for a story of evil plans and dark deeds, as Og-Grim-Dog find out whether a life of villainy is really all it’s cracked up to be.
Published July 6th 2020 by Rarn Publishing
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Sep 15, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Very good.

Very enjoyable to read, very funny in places. But just too short a book.

Should maybe published as collection of short stories.
Catrin Russell
Feb 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
And so, I have spent another night (or more...) at the Flayed Testicles, listening to the Landlord as they relay a new story of their past, and I wholeheartedly enjoyed every minute of it!

From the moment a donkey saw its end, this story had me hooked and glued to the pages!

Gone from hero to villain, Og-Grim-Dog tries his luck working as a henchman under the Dark Lord, but things are not quite what they seem, and Og-Grim-Dog finds themselves perhaps a bit deeper into trouble than they first expe
Jun 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Og-Grim-Dog is back in his tavern and many a client has turned out for story night and this time he has people even coming from further afield as his storytelling is catching on and the recorder is there right at the front waiting for what our ogre calls a dark tale. He recounts how they had felt when banished from Mer Khazer and ending up in the swamp and feeling as though there was nowhere that would accept a three headed ogre until they were invited to become the Dark Lord’s henchman. They me ...more
Amanda Markham
Jul 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
After being the honourable good guys in the first book, Og-Grim-Dog the three-headed ogre find themselves outcast to a dead-end swamp, leading a dead-end life.

When an unexpected job opportunity comes their way via an old friend, they pack up and decide to give the dark side a go.

So they trek to the Dark Lord’s castle, the aptly named Fell Towers, and apply to become a henchman. Grim is a little hesitant, and Og isn’t entirely convinced, but Dog wants to stay. There’s a free buffet in the refec
Jul 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Og-Grim-Dog has tried two different roles, he's been a hero, and was banned from that life. What's an ogre to do? Why, he applies for the job of henchman to the Dark Lord. Is Og-Grim- Dog cut out for the life of a villain? Og-Grim-Dog gets a job as a henchman for the Dark Lord, and other than an unlimited supply of food, he will quickly realize that there is something amiss. Og-Grim-Dog, and his friends, will uncover a plot much bigger than one evil, and somewhat crazy man with delusions of gran ...more
Andrea Stoeckel
Jul 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Meanwhile...back at the Tavern. Time for a dark tale. When an ogre isn't allowed to be a hero, what does an ogre do? Goes to work for the Dark Lord of course!

They just find out things aren't.quite.right with this Lord, even if Dog's in it because of the food. Many who work for the Dark Lord are just out to get him. When they are asked to kidnap the Princess of the Jade Throne, so evil will take that over, they find out being the bad guy isn't all that's cracked up to be.

So, what are they going
John Pepe
Jul 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Just finished this second installment. And again a well polished, fun, satirical story! This one had me laughing out loud in a few spots, and I rarely laugh out loud at books- especially fantasy books. There were also a couple of really well done fight scenes- which is something that I love in fantasy. Edmundson does a fantastic job of pulling you into the complexity (both physical and mental) of the three headed ogre and provides more insight into how Og/Grim/Dog each have a different way of th ...more
Gale Osborne
Jul 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Although Og-Grim-Dog go to the dark side and do some terrible things,it's still a great story with lots of action and humor along great characters.I had a review copy and it was great. ...more
Lisa  Maughan
Jul 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A great continuation from book one. We’re back at the tavern where Og-Grim-Dog continue their story of an another adventure. This one finding work for a Dark Lord as henchmen. Again a fun quick read with action and humor. Kept me interested throughout wondering what was going to happen next.
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Jamie has always loved a good story, whether real or imagined. He grew up in the south of England before moving to the north, where he worked as a history teacher. He still lives there with his wonderful family, but now spends his time writing, mainly about people hitting each other with swords.
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Me Three (4 books)
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  • Og-Grim-Dog and The War of the Dead (Me Three, #3)
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