I’m…here because the author didn’t think his picture would be advantageous. He and I would like firstly to apologise if we are taking up any of your time, or appearing to be fearfully vulgar and forward, but there’s this book he’s written…Well actually re-written and re-written and thinks he has it right…
Of Patchwork Warriors (Fourth Edition): (Being Vol.1 of the Precipice Dominions) eBook: Llewellyn, R J: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store
And as you can see, it is being sold on Amazon Kindle at 0.99 (in most currencies anyway)….
It’s one of those adventuresome Fantasy Books, which are so popular, only there’s not so much treachery and tragedy, and the central characters are quite nice, in so far as I can judge. I found Karlyn quite amusing.
And I have to go now…and do…something else, so I apologise if I have intruded on your time. Someone else will take over now.
In so far as this Fantasy Genre goes, well, I have to say, it has a certain charm, even if some of the humour was rather, shall we say, populist. Of course I wasn’t too sure about all those girls having so much of a say in the narrative, but there again ‘de rigueur’ as the saying goes. And of course it is very inexpensive, and this in itself begs the statement ‘What has one got to lose?’ (apart from 0.99 of course, but there again I received a free copy) I have to disagree with the flamboyant chap above. I thought the humour was rather classical British irony. Of course I doubt if this will travel well across the Atlantic. I also feel the book is far too optimistic and the characters excruciatingly pleasant (even that blonde haired girl was only brutal to those who deserved it), so it will certainly not do well in Britain. I fear it will be another well-meaning failure….as for selling at such a low price…..well that simply smacks of being vulgar. Shame really, there was potential there.
I’m a bit confused here. Was that guy trying to help sell the book. These Brits are so oblique. Is it any good? Anyone????
Yes, of course m’dear. If you like to read about a bevy of young ladies running about the countryside getting up to all sorts of high jinks and beating the stuffing out of a load of rotters who get their just deserts. And there some’s..well y’know…And it’s only 0.99
Oh, go on. Give it a try. I’m in it. And it’s only 0.99
Yeah….like….I’m hooked already….These Brits. No wonder the best ones end up working for the Dollar.
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