Jan 25, 2022

Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1)

Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1) By {author, ☆ Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1) ☆ L. G. Estrella ☆ Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1) ☆ L. G. Estrella - Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1), Two Necromancers a Bureaucrat and an Elf The Unconventional Heroes Series Book Two necromancers a bureaucrat and an elf it sounds like the start of a bad joke only the joke is on Timmy Timothy Walter Bolton better known as Timmy has spent most of his life as a necromancer Whe

  • Publication date‏:‎ July 18, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 254 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage‏:‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 81 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

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Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1)

☆ Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1) ☆ L. G. Estrella ☆ Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1) ☆ L. G. Estrella - Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1), Two Necromancers a Bureaucrat and an Elf The Unconventional Heroes Series Book Two necromancers a bureaucrat and an elf it sounds like the start of a bad joke only the joke is on Timmy Timothy Walter Bolton better known as Timmy has spent most of his life as a necromancer Whe Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1)

  • ☆ Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1) ☆ L. G. Estrella
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Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1)

956 thought on “Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf (The Unconventional Heroes Series Book 1)

  1. In fantasy, Necromancers are supposed to be the bad guys, and the two in this story are bad guys, sort of One is young and takes being a mentor to his young charge seriously The charge is a child who s very good at making zombies The bureaucratic is, as you d expect, rather bumbling and not very useful in a fight The Elf is public enemy No 1 Together they make an odd but formidable team.The first book of the series is about how this unorthodox team comes together and starts doing, ahem, good.The [...]


  2. Note the page count on this, it s 81 pages, 10 of which are things like title page, foreword, about the author, excerpts from some of the authors other books, etc which gives you about 70 pages of actual story That kind of settles in as the first one or two chapters of an actual book, which I assume is then completed by the rest of the series There s really no sense of conclusion here, you re definitely being set up for the next book what I think would be accurately described as a chapter For me [...]


  3. This was charming If you like tongue in cheek fantasy writing that doesn t take itself too seriously you will like this It ain t high literature, so if you re expecting Moby Dick or War and Peace, move along Nor is it Terry Pratchett, but then again who among us is It is, however, in the same vein For better or worse Mr Pratchett s bar is set pretty darn high and if you re looking for that level you ll almost always be disappointed Starting here isn t bad and I suspect that Mr Pratchett would la [...]


  4. I am very fond of mouthy, sarcastic, reluctant do gooders This book is full of them Perhaps not do gooders so much as, tired of my evil life s consequences and willing to do heroic crazy stuff to escape them folk Which makes their partnership and motivations extremely fragile and suspect The stuff of good drama and comedy Yes Estella paints the scene, conducts the dialogue, and choreographs the action with master level skill I hate, repeat, hate zombies, and I loved this book Check it out, it wi [...]


  5. I found myself enjoying this book much than I thought I would.I held of buying this for quite a while, because of the name mostly It just didn t exactly scream great book to me But I m glad I picked it up.Some people said they had a hard time accepting the apprentice was only 10, because she doesn t act like it But that never really bothered me I just accepted she was one of those precocious 10 year olds from a tv or movie You know the one, who doesn t act their age and always knows exactly what [...]


  6. The premise is fun, but I quickly started feeling like the characters couldn t stay in character, and several times they start arguing about things out of character for them, and I frequently mentally got pulled out of the story by stunted dialogue and things that just didn t make sense for them For example, the protagonist, at least 15 yrs older than his 10 yr old apprentice, has to fight hard to subdue the elvish pyromancer, and finally wins by smacking her in the back of the head It was hard [...]


  7. Bought this for something to read on the train, wonderfully entertaining and exactly what I was expecting from this author It was making me chuckle the entire journey, well worth a quick read.


  8. Good humorists make funny look a lot easier than it really is I would have liked to hope the author of this book would have realized they weren t up to the task and quit They didn t, and the result is like being locked in a small space with someone s senile uncle trying to tell jokes without any remaining idea of what a punchline is.


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