Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Orangeberry Summer Splash & Giveaway - Magnus Opum

 1st August to 31st August 2012
106 books from 100 authors
 A story about a little person in a very big world.

Magnus Mandalora never thought he would leave the safe confines of the small homely village of Lower Kertoob. He certainly never expected to end up in the middle of a long-running war between the saintly Cherines and the beastly Glurgs. But when circumstance places him in such a dubious position, he finds himself on a rollicking adventure where nothing is quite as it seems.

Magnus Opum is an epic fantasy that's slightly skewed – Tolkien with a twist.


Do you ever get one of those moments when you want to lose yourself in a book that is totally magical, brimming with imagination and fantasy, and entertaining from start to finish? This book by the very talented Jonathan Gould is the very thing that delivers on all counts.

Jonathan Gould is a master at "Adult Fables"...Turning his talents to a full length novel - Magnus Opum - Gould creates an even richer world and experience...

Magnus Opum is an epic fantasy that's slightly skewed - Tolkien with a twist.

Magnus Opum is a wonderful story - there's no doubt about that.  Magnus has a quest and he embraces it fully, it takes him to new places and he encounters new races during his adventures.  However, it's the things that Magnus learns that really make this story shine for me.

It takes a quiet approach to its storytelling, but also regales the reader with a frothy sprinkling of satire and wit.

At the end of the day, the story of Magnus Mandalora of the small homely village of Lower Kertoob is fun, funny, educational, and a master work of both parody AND satire rolled into an easy-to-read family-friendly story. - Jeremy Rodden, author of Kindle bestselling cartoon novel - Toonopolis: Gemini (Toonopolis Files, #1)

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Genre - Humourous Fantasy
Rating -  PG
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Jonathan Gould said...

Thanks for having me here and participating in this event.

Theresa Nowaczyk said...