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The Tales of Pell (Book 1)

Delilah S. Dawson

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What do readers say about No Country for Old Gnomes?

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Go big or go gnome. The New York Times bestselling authors of Kill the Farm Boy welcome you to the world of Pell, the irreverent fantasy universe that recalls Monty Python and Terry Pratchett.

"A complete delight, as fluffy and fun as The Lego Movie ... Read more about No Country for Old Gnomes

“Look, building anticipation is great and everything, but I think the most important thing to consider is—” —THIBAULT CHERKMERKIN OF THE CHEAPMEAT CHERKMERKINS, famously before hurling a fish in the f...


The galaxy just called for help. Unfortunately, the wrong man answered.

When small-time conman, Cal Carver, is thrown in jail and forced to share a cell with a semi-naked cannibalistic serial killer, he's pretty sure his day can't get any worse.

Bo... Read more about Space Team

Cal Carver’s last day on Earth started badly, improved momentarily, then rapidly went downhill. It began with him being sentenced to two years in prison, and ended with the annihilation of two thirds ...


What do readers say about The Princess Beard?

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This princess can shave herself! The hilarious bestselling authors of Kill the Farm Boy and No Country for Old Gnomes are back with a new adventure in the irreverent world of Pell.

Once upon a time, a princess slept in a magical tower cloaked in tho... Read more about The Princess Beard

The schedule was simple but sacrosanct. The schedule, at this point, was as much of a biological imperative for the Sn’archivist as eating, sleeping, or visiting the boom-boom room. And after waking, ...


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Book Sense Pick ... Read more about Dark Lord of Derkholm

This shut most of the University Emergency Committee up. Querida was the most powerful wizard in the world, and she had a special feeling for snakes. She looked like a snake herself, small and glossy-...


What do readers say about Sir Apropos of Nothing?

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Apropos is a product of a violent childhood. Estranged from his prostitute mother, fatherless since his unfortunate conception, Apropos makes his living as a thief. But when the death of a young girl rattles his conscience, and when he forges an unli... Read more about Sir Apropos of Nothing

The entire thing had happened so quickly that I wasn’t quite sure how to react. Part of me wanted to laugh, but most of me fairly cringed at what had just occurred. I didn’t do particularly well with ...


What do readers say about Disenchanted?

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King Boric the Implacable knows death comes to all great warriors. He just didn t expect it to be so damn fickle. Felled by an assassin s blade, he should be spending eternity carousing in the Hall of Avandoor.

Instead, his spirit is bound to his dec... Read more about Disenchanted

For most people,[1] death marks the end of one’s career, whether that career is baking bread, blowing glass, or — as in Boric’s case — hacking other people to pieces with a sword. But for Boric, death...


Professional heroes kill and loot deadly monsters every day, but Gorm Ingerson's latest quest will be anything but business as usual.The adventuring industry drives the economy of Arth, a world much like our own but with more magic and fewer vowels.... Read more about Orconomics

“And she married good Prince Handor, who’s King Handor now, long live his majesty!” The farmer was as gnarled and leathery as the turnips strewn around his field. He was the sort of rural soul who had...


After the murder of his master Garkin, a thief and apprentice magician joins forces with a demon dimension traveler named Aahz... Read more about Another Fine Myth

ONE of the few redeeming facets of instructors, I thought, is that occasionally they can be fooled. It was true when my mother taught me to read, it was true when my father tried to teach me to be a f...


What do readers say about The Outsorcerer's Apprentice?

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A happy workforce, it is said, is a productive workforce.


Try telling that to an army of belligerent goblins. Or the Big Bad Wolf. Or a professional dragons layer. Who is looking after their well-being? Who gives a damn about their intolerable... Read more about The Outsorcerer's Apprentice

The long shadows of a summer evening were falling across the meadows as Buttercup walked from the village to the big woods. In the basket over her arm she carried her father’s supper: bread and cheese...

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