Magic, adventure and a bit of gay romance. Get the latest book from new author John Leddy. Alistair is a gay wizard who lives in the woods. He has a very vibrant and unique bunch of friends and one day they decide to go out and seek some adventure. Boy, do they find it. After saving a knight from a gruesome battle, Alistair and friends take him home to heal and after some bumpy beginning, he warms to the crazy little family and becomes one of them. It isn’t all happy ever after though. Alistair starts to feel his magic morph and change. He starts to feel the limit of his magic might not be as limited as he thought. Will he find a way to control his magic? Will he have the great adventure he seeks? Will he find love? Have a read and find out! Warning: this book contains sassy character, a perfectly perfect to die for Knight and many laughs along the way.
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Well - it's a short piece - but i was definitely engaged. The narration is lively, with great characterization and strong comic skill. The group of misfit magical friends are sassy and fun. It's kind of a Dungeons and Dragons quest tale with a gay twist. I wish the entire story was available in one long form... but I certainly will look out for the next installment.
I love the super sassy gay fairy who is still bitter because his parents kicked him out for being too fairy of a fairy. He's shameless and snarky and really fun.
The scene where they have rescued a sexy knight and he finally wakes up is really fun... the characters all respond in really cute ways and the giant character made me laugh out loud.
If you like short fantasy and m/m whimsical fiction, you'll enjoy this. It's well written with really endearing characters and the beginning of a quest that lays out a really great foundation for a future story arc.
The only negative thing about this book is it was way too short. Although, I must admit, Mr. Leddy packs a lot into it. It definitely made me want to continue the series. I truly hope the next book comes out in audio with Joel Leslie. He is amazing and really brings these characters to life with his performance.
"enjoyed listening to the book, however too short."
appropriate choice of narrator, left me wanting more. the story sadly ended jest as I was getting into it.
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