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Tales from Gundarland reviewed by Fran Lewis

Tales From GundarlandAuthor: Hank QuenseReviewed by Fran LewisWelcome to Gundarland, a unique place filled with humans, dwarfs, Yuks, elves. Enter this world created by a god who sneezed. You read that right He sneezed with such force caused by snorting an overdose of His favorite recreational powder. Gundarland is the largest land mass of planet and you'll want to read this outstanding, hysterical, humorous, creative and wildly funny novel by author Hank Quense. Buy the book and you'll get your very own gold passport to visit this wonderful place.Hank Quense is the master of humor, satire and hilarity in this great book filled with magic, wizards, humans, and many races and, of course, some zany characters that I hope he brings back in his next book.As to the stories themselves:When Romeo and Juliet meet in ballet class it's love at first sight. But her brothers do their best to destroy any hope of happiness for these two lovebirds. With a chaperone that is evil and brothers who think they can best Romeo, this story will delight readers, renew your faith in love and make you definitely crack up laughing.Next we meet the newest superhero Zarro who rides his fractious mule Belinda, and hopes to make the world safe from Yuks and Elves alike. Stopping the execution of a dwarf and ridding the town of Yuks, Zarro hides his identity from friends, foes and family to make his world a safer place for the dwarves. This is the only the first part of the novella, Chasing Dreams.In Boggerts Blue, we meet a kidnapped princess who refuses to accept her rescuer because he is not a noble and not part of the right social class to rescue her. What a rude thing to do.The Big Bang is about loyalty, friendships, caring, protecting others from harm. It's heartwarming, and tears that will fall from your eyes and soak a tissue from laughter,In the Queen's Hero, the longest story in the book, you'll meet a tinker-warrior, a semi-honest ship's captain, a weather witch, a yuk pirate admiral, a queen, her three daughters and a band of irritating bureaucrats. Great fun!In the Merchant of Venison, you'll learn what happens when a man wants a pound of flesh as a loan payment rather than the money. What does the judge decide and how is the debt finally paid? What law is invoked at the end that changes everything? Read this story and learn why lending money can be hazardous to your health and more.The Inter-Racial Musical Playoffs involves wizards trying to fix the competition so they can rake in a bundle of money on their bets. Wait until you read this ending filled with twists, turns, spells and more.The final story in this book is Tactical Surprise and it will endear you to the main characters and renew your faith in friendship, honesty and laughter.http://premierewriters.ning.com/forum/topics/tales-from-gundarland-reviewedhttp://minds-eye.ning.com/forum/topics/tales-from-gundarland-reviewedhttp://coldcoffee.ning.com/forum/topics/tales-from-gundarland-reviewedhttp://shopperspardise.ning.com/forum/topics/tales-from-gundarland-reviewedhttp://thestorytellerscafe.spruz.com/blog.htm?a=&nid=DCA40DFE-3AC9-472F-B0A4-48F5C98BFE3Bhttp://www.theauthorssociety.spruz.com/pt/Tales-from-Gundarland-reviewed-by-fran-lewis/blog.htm