Land of Dis


Robert Kroese''s Disenchanted comes fully loaded with the wit and charm of The Princess Bride and a sense of humor all its own. This clever take on the traditional fantasy includes footnotes that keep the narrator honest, a cast of characters that resembles something out of the Island of Misfit Toys, and a fantastic setting filled with words and names that test pronunciation skills. Being assassinated doesn''t have many upsides, so when King Boric is felled by a traitor, the king comforts himself with the knowledge that, like all great warriors, he will spend eternity carousing in the Hall of Avandoor. There''s just one problem: to claim his heavenly reward, Boric must release the enchanted sword of Brakslaagt. Now, to avoid being cursed to walk the land of Dis forever as an undead wraith, he must hunt down the mysterious Lord Brand who gave him the sword twenty years ago. So begins Boric''s extraordinary journey across the Six Kingdoms of Dis, a walking corpse who wants nothing more than to be disenchanted and left in peace. Along the way he''s advised by the Witch of Twyllic, mocked by the threfelings of New Threfelton, burned, shot at, and nearly blown to bits. But nothing can prepare him for coming face-to-face with Lord Brand. For in that moment, Boric discovers that nothing--in life, in death, or in between--is exactly what it seems. Episode List This book was initially released in episodes as a Kindle Serial. All episodes are now available for immediate download as a complete book. Learn more about Kindle Serials


Praise for Distopia\n\n“Best thing I've read in a long time.” – T. Holland\n\n“A book that equals some of Pratchett’s work in the vein of aburdist fantasy, the author tackles politics, religion, economics, corruption, heroism, myth and reality, sacrifice and fanaticism in a way that’s both fun and fast paced, and completely logical.” – Robert D.\n\n“If you like Terry Pratchet, you'll love this book. A perfect mixture of comedy, fantasy and suspense.” – Andrew B.\n\nHere Be Dragons...\n\nA fearsome dragon roams the Land of Dis, and only one man can stop it: an awkward young missionary named Wyngalf.\n\nAccompanied by a beautiful stowaway named Evena and an oddball goblin who has been shunned by his clan, Wyngalf wants nothing more than to prove himself to his superiors. Unfortunately, his proselytizing has hit a snag: his would-be converts are too busy being terrorized by a dragon to worry about spiritual concerns. Wyngalf realizes that in order to prove his faith, he must summon the courage and resourcefulness to defeat the dragon. But getting rid of a dragon is more complicated than it seems….\n\nAt turns riveting, hilarious and sweet, Distopia is perfect for fans of Terry Pratchett and The Princess Bride.\n\nHop aboard. The Land of Dis awaits you!


“One of the most enjoyable reads I have had in quite some time.” – J.G.\n\nOnce there was an Epic Struggle Between Good and Evil.\n\nUnfortunately, Vergil slept through it.\n\nThanks to an accident involving some magic powder, Vergil, a knight in the service of the Order of Avaress, awakens in a world irrevocably changed by the outcome of that epic battle. Finding himself suddenly an old man, Vergil must try to navigate this strange new world with only the help of his slightly dim but well-meaning servant Handri.\n\nDespite the peaceful, civilized veneer of modern-day Dis, Vergil is convinced that a great evil still threatens the land, and he and Handri set about to uncover and vanquish it. But Vergil's prejudices and chivalric principles prove worse than useless in this strange new world, and he succeeds only in getting himself in deeper and deeper in trouble while stirring up simmering animosities between goblins and humans.\n\nCan Vergil separate illusion from reality and uncover the true threat to Dis before it's too late? Find out in this fast-paced, lighthearted fantasy!