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Publisher's Summary

In Persephone Rose's masterful retelling of a classic Arthurian legend, Arty (a 35-year-old drug addict) sets out on a mission to find a job or risk getting kicked out of his stepfather's house.

©2017 Persephone Rose (P)2017 Persephone Rose

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A druggy, stripper, and a glock

This audio made me laugh out loud. It reminded me of when you ask your older brother to tell you a story and he can’t remember the classic fairytales so he makes up his own. You look at him at first like what the hell and then as he gets so involved in the tale you can’t help but smile, laugh along, but more importantly, get lost in the story. The narrator did such a fabulous job of making me believe that it turned from a hilarious retelling into a fantasy world that I wanted to know more about. I will definitely listen to the next audio in the series.

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Short and funny

I enjoyed this short, modern day take on Excalibur. It's quite humorous and narration is great. I just wish it had been longer and didn't end in a cliffhanger!!! Next one please!!! I hope I don't have to wait too long to find out what happens next!

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Not sure what to say.

I am not sure what to say. this is so not my kind of story at all.

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LMFAO WOW, that was unique

Bahahaha, very short by my lawd so very entertaining.
If you're after something quick and funny I certainly recommend this audiobook.

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Fun Listen

Loved the characters of Arty and Cassin (drug addict brothers) and Lady Lancenslot. The brothers get arrested from drug bust. Arty meets Murray and tells him his real father was a pimp. They meet Lady Lance at stripper club and she needs a pimp. Arty finds info on the internet of glock in a rock in forest and him and Cassin go there. Murray and Lady Lance are there and Arty removes the glock from the rock becoming Pimpmaster Arturius. Then Sheriff Fisher arrives and shoots Lady Lance then end abruptly. My complaint was to short and ended abruptly and have to wait for next in series. Funny with sexual undertones spinoff of William Shakespeare. Narration was good and recommend if need a short funny listen and need the next ASAP. I was given this free review copy audiobook by author/narrator and have voluntarily left this review. THANK YOU!

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Urban King Arthur

It was amusing ... extremely warped, very bizarre

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review..

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A Modernization, "adult humor"

I received this book and the followups 1-3 from the author in exchange for a fair review. I should have paid more attention to the title, as I was reading these as an Arthurian legend geek and honestly didn't notice the titles until after I had the books in hand. These are short chapters or episodes spread into a series of 19-minute segments. I found some of it to be tasteless, and I thought the narration was the best part. I originally wanted to rate the narration more highly, as I do believe that for an author reading and writing their own work that the narration is pretty okay. But the content leaves me wanting a novelization for adults, not just with "adult humor" or "adult content" as the euphamisms go. But again, I am not really the audience for these books as I am much more invested in Arthurian myth than most comedy or exploitative "comedy."