Unreliable Histories: A Tale of Cartography, Magic and Other Perils

| April 23, 2014

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Unreliable Histories: A Tale of Cartography, Magic and Other Perils (The Written World)

If you enjoy tales of epic battles, fearsome dragons and dark, brooding evil, then you’ll almost certainly enjoy the works of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, who, in addition to being very good at that sort of thing, had possibly the most splendid name in the history of the fantasy genre.

On the other hand, if you have a penchant for ancient prophesies, enchanted swords and the romantic allure of the undead, then whilst you’ll never struggle to find something suitable, you really should try to get out more.

But on the other hand (and this being a work of fantasy, having three hands is not entirely out of the question) if your keenest wish is for a strange and digressive saga about cartography, economic development strategies and perhaps just the occasional quest to secure the Power of All Creation, then you’ve hit upon a niche in which this book is largely without peer.

Unreliable Histories is the first in a two part series of comic novels by Rob Gregson.

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