Eaglethorpe Buxton, famed adventurer and story-teller, friend to those in need of a friend and guardian to those in need of a guardian. He is a liar and braggart, not to be trusted, especially around pies. Who are we to believe? Buxton himself leads us through his world as he comes to the aid of… a poor orphan? An elven princess? Who can guess with Eaglethorpe himself telling the tale?
Eaglethorpe has revised and edited this manuscript for its tenth anniversary (two years early). Read and enjoy the ultimate edition of Eaglethorpe Buxton's first adventure.
Entertaining and fun
It was a fun read and an entertaining story.
I got this book because it was free, and I wanted to see how bad it was. The CGI cover art had me thinking it was going to be a terrible fantasy foray by a lonely high schooler.
I was quite surprised, as it was rather entertaining. I don't think I could read 200 pages of it, but for a quick read, it certainly was unique. I will be reading the next book in the collection.
I, like many others, tried this book out just because it was free and I was bored. As it turns out, I couldn't stop reading it.
It's hilarious and very well executed. Fantasy and humor haven't been this good since The Princess Bride. I can't believe this book was free. I can't believe it hasn't been made into a movie yet.