Thurmond's Saga: Being a Recounting of How a Young Peasant Lad Sought Renown as a Slayer of Fell Beasts

Thurmond s Saga Being a Recounting of How a Young Peasant Lad Sought Renown as a Slayer of Fell Beasts He s not what you would call an experienced killer but young Thurmond has a dream to join the Brotherhood of Underground Adventurers an elite group of warriors dedicated to slaying goblins vampires

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  • Title: Thurmond's Saga: Being a Recounting of How a Young Peasant Lad Sought Renown as a Slayer of Fell Beasts
  • Author: Robert John MacKenzie
  • ISBN: 9781502300911
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • He s not what you would call an experienced killer, but young Thurmond has a dream to join the Brotherhood of Underground Adventurers, an elite group of warriors dedicated to slaying goblins, vampires, and all manner of unsavory supernatural creatures.And despite his initial rejection, Thurmond isn t ready to give up just yet Ever determined, he sets out to gain skills anHe s not what you would call an experienced killer, but young Thurmond has a dream to join the Brotherhood of Underground Adventurers, an elite group of warriors dedicated to slaying goblins, vampires, and all manner of unsavory supernatural creatures.And despite his initial rejection, Thurmond isn t ready to give up just yet Ever determined, he sets out to gain skills and experience in the crime hardened medieval trade city of Gorgonholm in hopes of leaving his life of poverty behind.When he comes across a map to a mysterious goblin treasure, it finally seems like his luck is about to change Along with his new friends, Sarah, Roscoe, and Torgul, each in some way an outcast, Thurmond embarks on his first big adventure and gains the attention of some powerful new enemies along the way.

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    1. I won this book in a giveaway back in October. I was excited to read this book because medieval fantasy is my favorite genre and I was not disappointed. I thought this book was an interesting and good first novel from an independent writer/publisher. I think with an editor this book could become an excellent work of fiction. Mr. Mackenzie is historian, scholar and teacher of literature, and his knowledge of medieval history and culture shines through in his writing. The entire book I felt like [...]

    2. Thurmond's Saga is an excellent novel rife with realistic combat, clever English literature influences, and realistic characters.I had known Mr. MacKenzie in the past to be a colorful educator that was truly passionate about his work as an English literature and composition teacher and it is clear to me that he threw himself into writing this with the same amount of gusto. You'll find in his book the raucous comedy that Chaucer's intended audience would approve of, ancient Dwarven poetry that wo [...]

    3. My girlfriend had this author as her high school English teacher and recommended this to me. I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it and cannot wait for the sequels. The book is engaging and interesting, it allows for not only good entertainment but brilliant learning too as it is very historically accurate when it comes to armour and weaponry. I loved this book and would recommend it to anybody with a sense of adventure.

    4. I've won this book in one of giveaways And what a deal! Although physically a bit uncomfortable to carry it with me on my commute, I have enjoyed every minute of it! I have found the characters a bit flat. Nonetheless, the story captivated me. Medieval worlds are my guilty pleasure and I can't avoid to immerse myself on them at every occasion possible.I'll be waiting to see if there's any continuation to Thurmond's adventure. I'll sure be up to it!

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