Royal Chaos

Royal Chaos Dan McGirt once again proves himself a master of the comic heroic fantasy with his second novel an engaging tale that returns to the adventures of the unforgettable Jason Cosmo Can the famous woodcutt

  • Title: Royal Chaos
  • Author: Dan McGirt
  • ISBN: 9780451450142
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Dan McGirt once again proves himself a master of the comic heroic fantasy with his second novel an engaging tale that returns to the adventures of the unforgettable Jason Cosmo Can the famous woodcutter turned champion slash his way to victory against a wizard s quest to enslave the world

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    1. Royal Chaos:This is an old favourite of mine but I haven’t read it for many years, so I was worried that it might not live up to my fond memories. Luckily, I found I had no reason to worry. I haven’t read the book preceding this one (Jason Cosmo) but I found it unnecessary to appreciate this.There’s a Pratchettian element to Royal Chaos, from a slightly garish original cover (not the newer one pictured here) that resembles early Discworld to an actual disk shaped world to the unashamedly, [...]

    2. I loved this adventurous, laugh-out-loud book. Dan McGirt writes a fun fantasy story that doesn’t take itself too seriously, with characters that face danger on a regular basis while balancing their involvement with magic, evil wizards and warlords, and the Gods. I’m eager to see what Dan will do with the hero Jason Cosmo next. In this, the second book in the non-trilogy, Jason, the most feared man in the Eleven Kingdoms forced to live with the image as a terrible marauder who eats babies fo [...]

    3. Second in a trilogy (or an incomplete series) of humorous fantasy. McGirt does a pretty good job with his comic villains, but the rest of the text isn't so strong. Parodying the genre leaves very little of substance for the plot.

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