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Thirteen years ago Oliver's father died in a battle against Red Line, the nasty dragon that plagued Aardland. Oliver has since grown into a very large man with little ambition, earning him a new name: The Lump. When Flynn, a glory seeking adventurer, and Meena, a mysterious foreign girl, arrive with news that Red Line has stirred once again, the Lump finds himself reluctantly embroiled in a quest to defeat the dragon. Their journey becomes as dangerous as the dragon when the party is attacked by beasts, brigands and an abbot named Costello. Against all odds, the Lump actually grows fond of his fellow travelers and learns that there is more to them than meets the eye. Will the acquisition of secret knowledge from a hidden tome be enough to conquer the dragon, or will the Lump meet the same fate that befell his father?

©2017 Bruce Leslie (P)2017 Russell Fry

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Truly Magical

This was a delightful romp in the world of sword and sorcery. Bruce Leslie conjures up loads of adventure, and hijinks. Casting a spellbinding tale worthy of some of the legends in the genre. The characters are defty realized, and pull you in. I look forward to more adventure s in the Leslie-Verse.

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it's a book with words and everything

great fun and my kids enjoyed it looking forward to more I hadfun storming thecastle

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Great story

If there's anyone who can tell a heroes tale it is Bruce Leslie. The story has enjoyable characters, my children even loved the voices he did for each character. All in all a cute story that leaves you wanting more.