By Alan Goldsher, George R. R. Washington
A PARODY OF THE loved delusion DOORSTOP… ER, SAGA
In the land of the 8 (or used to be it Six?) Kingdoms—where the seasons last up to a sequence of bestselling Tolkien-esque novels—trouble is brewing. The dust is turning out to be muddier, the onions are rotting, the Wall to the North (or is it the South?) is melting, and Lord Barker of Summerseve is getting anxious. His spouse is hooked on Godsweede, his King is just too fats to slot into his armor, and the foreshadowing is uncontrolled. All in all, no longer the placement you need to be in while summer season is coming.
From this global of outside fornication with horse-people (and indoor fornication with blood relations) comes an epic tale of novella proportions. Amid plots and counterplots, power-hungry warriors and overworked ravens, negative reception and no instant, the way forward for the Barkers, their BFFs, and their enemies dangles within the stability, as each one strives to outlive lengthy adequate to seem in not less than of the sequels.
“His tooth could be wood, yet his prose is not.”
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Set aside, with or without lid. Wait three weeks. . Until there is opportunity to send the wife and kids visiting on a quilting bee. Pass the word to Bud and Zeke and Hi. Move keg from barn to open pasture. Twist spigot and a clear, slightly reddish liquid appears. Sip slowly. . Yippppeeee. Next morning, be not foolish and seek to corral the thundering wild horses outside the door. They are not yours. Page 53 Be not disappointed that sweet spring water will not wash away the swine bucket taste now residing in your mouth.
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Next morning the whole town waited at the barber shop to see if John the shoe shine man showed up for work, at the doctor's office, or at the funeral parlor. He appeared at the usual time at the barber shop. " "Just right," John said with a satisfied smile. " the barber wanted to know. "Wellsir," John said, "if it had been any better, you wouldn't have given in to me. " <><><><><><><><><><><><> Speaking of Seymour, it was part of the first humor I remember as a child. Back then it was considered just a tad risqué.