Published in Middle English near the end of the 14th century, The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, became an important part of literature and history because it captured the people and the stories of an era. Author Andy R. Bunch has compiled a modern equivalent of his own tales. Like the original, this is an opus and destined to meld with the fabric of history and literature.
"A very interesting read"
In a world without magic, an ancient evil arises from myth to rule the known realms. Only two teenagers from impossibly different backgrounds stand in his way. Before they can stop a magic sucking litch, Princes Ambria and Greymar of the Swamp must find each other and discover their own power. No one believes Rancor has returned but our heroes...but do they believe in themselves.
In this sample of the Diner Tales, Princess Dee'la is kidnapped as part of a conspiracy to start a war and offered to a monster. Nothing goes according to plan when the Monster gets a crush on his intended victim. Told from the viewpoint of the monster this story asks the age old question, "Who really is more civilized?"
"Captivating yet confusing fairy tale"
In this sample of from the Diner Tales, we follow terminal-nice-guy, Eddy and his dream girl, Promise. Will Eddy finally grow a spine, and if he does what will it cost him?
This lighthearted tale is the first of ten that will ultimately be compiled into an anthology titled "Denny's Tales". This tale, and a few others, will be available individually, through Kindle Direct Publishing.
This book was heavily inspired by Reality Exercises to Develop the Inner Man by Janice Seney. It was adapted by the author to provide men with tools in their desperate search for initiation.