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Party of Five – A Game of Po

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From left to right: Theo with Bo, Lernea, Ned, Parcifal and Winceham

From left to right: Theo with Bo, Lernea, Ned, Parcifal and Winceham

 

Two exiled princesses, Lernea and Parcifal, happen upon the roguish Winceham. After a quick chase, they witness the murder of a local innkeeper, Ned’s father. Pledging their sword, shield and bow to cleansing the local lands of the tyrannical pirate lord Hobb and avenging the death of Ned’s father.

They meet with a strange elven sorcerer by the name of Hanultheofodor, Theo for short, and his pet magical bunny. When they reach his village, the villagers are all gone and the village has turned into a heap of smouldering ruins.

The quest for vengeance has turned into a rescue mission that will take them across space, have them face abyssal alien terrors and learn so much more about themselves and everything they have taken for granted. In the grand chessboard of life, they slowly turn from unwitting pawns into grandmasters themselves. And they manage a good laugh in the process as well.

****** “Party of Five – A game of Po” contains Parts I to III of the Party of Five fantasy novella series. ******

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book March 3, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
It was a great story until the end, which was rather dull and left a lot of unanswered questions. I hope there are is another book soon.

3.0 out of 5 stars strange twist February 5, 2014
a very strange twist indeed. read it for yourself and see. just when i thought i had it all figured out…lol

5.0 out of 5 stars A pretty good book February 4, 2014
By Abel
It wasn’t what I expected but turned out to be a very good nook. The characters grew on me from the beginning especially the bunny . If you want a good story and a laugh this is the book for you. Just keep your eyes on the bunny.

5.0 out of 5 stars Fun read, interesting characters, good action plot November 26, 2013
Like a recap of an AD&D adventure. Loved it. Prepare to jam into space and nearly have your mind flayed 🙂
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun read, interesting characters, good action plot November 26, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Like a recap of an AD&D adventure. Loved it. Prepare to jam into space and nearly have your mind flayed 🙂
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great read, with touches of humor October 12, 2013
Two exiled princesses, and innkeepers son, a drunken thief, and a magic user with a bunny with red eyes. What a cast of characters. Starts off with the exiled princesses going into town and being robbed by the drunken thief. Little did they know the trouble they were to encounter in trying to get their stolen money back. What starts out harmless soon becomes a quest to put them back on their throne and to save the world.

Lots of humor in this novel, which is parts 1 thru 3, and it works out quite well. The drunken thief thinks he is seeing things when he first encounters the bunny with red eyes, that shoots out flames when needed. The two princesses are unsure about what to do, even with their powers and warrior training. Throw in Ned, the innkeepers son, who is out for revenge upon the people who killed his father. Throw in to the mix the ‘owner’ of the bunny, a magic user who is not all to sure what is up in the world, and you have a world class romp of an adventure.

Nice plot and great characters make this novel engrossing and fun to read. Quick action and plot moves along quite well. There are additional characters introduced in the novel that help plot move along.

Gimme more!!!!

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Party of Five - A game of Po
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