Defying fate

  • Title: Defying fate
  • Author: D.L. Morrese
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Defying fate Together at last The Warden Threat and The Warden War are now available in one volume exclusively for Kindle Defying Fate is an enjoyable science fiction parody of epic fantasy adventure stories Set
    Together at last, The Warden Threat and The Warden War are now available in one volume exclusively for Kindle Defying Fate is an enjoyable science fiction parody of epic fantasy adventure stories Set on a planet much like earth, this tale follows the exploits of Prince Donald of Westgrove as he discovers that the true nature of the threat to his kingdom is not what his fTogether at last, The Warden Threat and The Warden War are now available in one volume exclusively for Kindle Defying Fate is an enjoyable science fiction parody of epic fantasy adventure stories Set on a planet much like earth, this tale follows the exploits of Prince Donald of Westgrove as he discovers that the true nature of the threat to his kingdom is not what his father, the king, believes it to be With the assistance of his cynical guide, a goodhearted bodyguard, a beautiful messenger, and a couple of ancient androids, he tries to prevent three nations from going to war.Technically science fiction, Defying Fate is almost an anti fantasy, which pokes a fair, or perhaps an unfair amount of good natured fun at the serious tone and dependence on magic common to many epic fantasy adventure novels Often insightful and frequently funny, it is sure to appeal to readers of these genres who may be looking for something fresh and different.

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    About D.L. Morrese


    1. D.L Morrese was an uninspired student in high school, but went on to college because he figured a degree might help him get a job indoors with no heavy lifting He rather enjoyed college and did fairly well, despite working full time as a short order cook He eventually earned degrees in philosophy and government and went on to grad school where he studied behavioral science Then, somewhat to his surprise, he landed an office job the kind with decent pay, health insurance, and even a pension This wasn t his dream job, but he earned a few promotions, which allowed him to save enough money for a frugal early retirement and enough free time to pursue his current hobby as a science fiction writer He now lives outside Orlando, Florida You can find out about him at his website dlmorrese.wordpress


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    1. A really good first novel by DL Morrese. Book One 'The Warden Threat' is a great introduction to the world he built. It is very funny in part driven by his quirky characters and the rifts he plays on traditional Scifi and Fantasy motifs. Book Two 'The Warden War' sucked me in more effectively and I really cared about the characters and what happens next. For me, the success of a novel is driven by the story and 'The Warden War' is a great story! I highly recommend this to any reader who enjoys S [...]

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    2. Donald is the 3rd son of the King of Westgrove, a largely agricultural kingdom with a strong military. Their neighbor, mineral-rich Gotrox, specializes in mining and crafting of metals. They also have a strong military and a giant, mysterious statue.When the King learns, through his trusted adviser Horace Barter, that Gotrox is planning to magically animate the statue and go to war with his nation of Westgrove, the fun begins. Westgrove starts arming for war, and Gotrox, in return, starts rampin [...]

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    3. This anthology collects Morrese’s The Warden Threat and The Warden War. With tongue firmly in cheek, this book begins as the traditional tale of a young man saving the kingdom from an evil plot then begins to reveal the apparent staples of the genre are merely a veneer on more unusual events.Prince Donald of Westgrove is a third son. Lacking the formal role of his elder brothers and still viewed as a child by his mother, he dreams of finding an adventure like those in the novels he reads. The [...]

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    4. This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.Not your normal fantasy, but not your normal science fiction either. A good science fiction story that parodies most fantasy. Magic does exist, sort of, but the antics of the prince will keep you laughing. Will there be a war between the two countries? Will the evil advisor with so much power be the victor in the battle of wits? You will need to read the book to find out.The antics of the prince are great in this story. It made me laugh, and kept me la [...]

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    5. Defying Fate - Two Tales of the Warden: by DL MorreseSci-fi and fantasy have never sat well in my opinion, I love both Genres, but not together. I’ve never seen the need or wanted to read any. This book proved my wrong, I really enjoyed reading it and ate up every word with gusto. Aliens, princes, Dwarves and Elves make up a great tale of intrigue and suspense. I reality, it’s fantasy, pure and simple, think, The Hobbit etc. For standard fantasy lovers, the lack of battles, fight scenes or a [...]

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    6. This e-book contains two novels and follows the adventures of Prince Donald of Westgrove as he tries to unravel the ancient mystery surrounding the Warden of Mystic Defiance and his attempt to uncover who is trying to use it to bring war to his father’s kingdom.

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    7. Fun romp. Don't take it too seriously just enjoy it. There is plenty of eye-rolling silliness and the main character is hilariously obtuse & naive. The supporting characters are also quirky and engaging.

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