Boing: The Half-Ogre

eBook (PDF), 373 Pages
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WE JOIN THE STORY IN MEDIAS RES... Death is having a mid-life crisis. His solution? Kill everyone and maybe learn to enjoy life again, of course. The Gods believe that he's taking things a little too far and look for some heroes to save the world. Unfortunately the best they could come up with were Boing: the Half-Ogre, Fragdoobly the wizard, and Frog. Join three madcap companions on a witty adventure in a hilarious fantasy world. Enter a land where demons specialize in the torture style of being boring. Where rulers of the land yearn to be digested so they can experience the joys of excretion. Where goblins elect leaders based on how much they can eat, and an ogre’s most dangerous weapon is his scent. It is an epic tale which begins (and ends) in a pigsty. Boing: The Half-Ogre is a 360 page fantasy-comedy. If you are looking for a clever, funny take on the fantasy genre, then look no further. It is one of those reading experiences that ends too soon. Well written, quick,... More > and witty.< Less
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  • By Brett Gubler
    Mar 16, 2009
    "Re: Rightously riveting romp with some rank rottenness" Dark Dingy Dungeons of Damp Dragon Dung! We were missing the dragons! They would have fit in really well in this book. Maybe there will be one in the next book.....
  • By Nathan A. Fisk
    Oct 30, 2008
    "Re: About to" Thanks Josh. Hope you enjoy it. If you have any books or IP out there let me know. :) Oh - pass this link on to Jed Morely and his gang. He might have some interest, but I can't recall if he was ever really much into sci-fi/fantasy. He was always more of a business/self-help kind of guy if I recall.
  • By Frank Bonaducci
    Dec 3, 2007
    "Rightously riveting romp with some rank rottenness" Sadly I think that for a novel that prides itself on representing Ogre culture it does itself a disfavour by not including dragons. If we logically follow the patterns of evolution we clearly see that dragons arise as the main enemy of ogres and they often do battle. Perhaps the author acknowledges the fact that dragons can now weld metals and thus make superior foes for orcs and simple left them out to save his ogres. The truth is that whenever dragons coexist with ogres the result is always the same, eradication of the entire ogre population. Were this a more honest interpretation of reality we would have seen this clearly.
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Nathan A. Fisk
October 1, 2011
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