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The Rover This book gets a solid meh I read it lightly here and there until it was finally finished As my mom likes to say, oooo, it s a fun book I would have to agree It is The Mummy of the literary fantasy world It s entertaining, even when you want to smack that goofy smile off Brendan Fraiser.I had two specific gripes 1 Sometimes the writing seemed unnatural, like the author was trying too hard 2 I hated reading the little librarian over and over again Seriously Dude What about litt This book gets a solid meh I read it lightly here and there until it was finally finished As my mom likes to say, oooo, it s a fun book I would have to agree It is The Mummy of the literary fantasy world It s entertaining, even when you want to smack that goofy smile off Brendan Fraiser.I had two specific gripes 1 Sometimes the writing seemed unnatural, like the author was trying too hard 2 I hated reading the little librarian over and over again Seriously Dude What about little Dweller or pint size or shorty pants ANYTHING would have flown after the 78,000th time reading the little librarian Stop reading these reviews Just read it for yourself with low expectations, and you will find that this book is quite fun Edgewick Lamplighter Wick to his friends is a humble librarian in the isolated halls of Greydawn Moors until dreams of wanderlust and a bit of dereliction in his duties result in his being shanghaied to a far off landCaptured by pirates, sold into slavery, and adopted by a gang of thieves, Wick soon finds himself with adventures than even a halfling librarian can imagineRival gangs, goblin marauders, evil wizards, and monstrous dragons are soon after the wee adventurer and his newfound allies in a tale of treasures and treachery, magic and mystery, where even a little guy can rise to the occasion and save the day [Ebook] ➢ Paid Boyfriend By kimpyvon – Lavons.co.uk sold into slavery [Ebook] ➧ Pro PHP XML and Web Services ➭ Robert Richards – Lavons.co.uk and adopted by a gang of thieves [Read] ➬ Lyrics of Life Author Abraham Messler Quick – Lavons.co.uk Wick soon finds himself with adventures than even a halfling librarian can imagineRival gangs ❮Read❯ ➹ Wahhabism ➼ Author Hamid Algar – Lavons.co.uk goblin marauders ❴Read❵ ➵ Mon Premier Meurtre Author Leena Lehtolainen – Lavons.co.uk evil wizards [PDF / Epub] ✅ An Expats Guide to Living in Cusco ⚣ Amy Rigby – Lavons.co.uk and monstrous dragons are soon after the wee adventurer and his newfound allies in a tale of treasures and treachery ❰Lireing❯ ➾ Guide pratique de la chasteté masculine contrôlée et de la Gynarchie conjugale Auteur Sylvia Labiche – Lavons.co.uk magic and mystery [Reading] ➶ Markham Hall Series Bundle (Markham Hall, ➽ Sierra Simone – Lavons.co.uk where even a little guy can rise to the occasion and save the day Ahhh, The Rover has all the stuff good fantasy is made of thieves, pirates, dragons and librarians Actually, the main character, a halfer named Wick, happens to be a Third Level Librarian in the Vault of All Known Knowledge The knowledge he s been able to acquire before being shanghaied really does help him out on his adventures with unsavory characters in the lands beyond his home in the Greydawn Moors, and his adventures help him to be a better librarian. This was a decent fantasy adventure story A wee person librarian gets Shanghaied by pirates and the adventures begin I liked how he used his nerdy book smarts to get through his obstacles and adventures Overall a fun, transparent story that was easy to read and didn t require too overthinking. I picked this book up from the library on a whim because it looked like a nice lighthearted fantasy book It turns out that it was a nice lighthearted fantasy book At first I was concerned that it was just another Tolkien ripoff with dwellers used in the place of hobbits After reading the book, though, I see that it wasn t just a pure ripoff There were some similarities but nothingthan comes with the fantasy genre.The book was a bitjuvenile than I was expecting it wasn t in t I picked this book up from the library on a whim because it looked like a nice lighthearted fantasy book It turns out that it was a nice lighthearted fantasy book At first I was concerned that it was just another Tolkien ripoff with dwellers used in the place of hobbits After reading the book, though, I see that it wasn t just a pure ripoff There were some similarities but nothingthan comes with the fantasy genre.The book was a bitjuvenile than I was expecting it wasn t in the YA section at the library and at times the writing was quite awkward There were a few places where I had to reread a sentence several times just to understand what the author was writing It s a decent and fun read Not at all bad for an easy going fantasy adventure THERE S A LIBRARIAN IN THIS BOOK I m so excited Odom combines two of my favorite things libraries and fantasy books That said, my mind tended to wander during some parts of the book, necessitating frantic page flipping to see what I d missed the first time around There s also a lot of story telling in this book that, while fascinating to a point, gets rather monotonous I found myself skimming a lot of the descriptions and stories to keep the plot moving right along. I read a lot of negative reviews, but I really thought this book was charming.It s been tagged as a generic rip off of Tolkien esque fare, but I think it actually delivers on what readers enjoyed in works by fantasy authors like Tolkien.It s a terrific niche too The main character is a librarian who loves books and gets swept up in an adventure I really wish Mel Odom would have kept writing this series. A lot of similarities to Tolkein s The Hobbit but I think that Odom generatesempathy with his characters Definitely not dry A fun read either on it s own, or as a precursor to the sucessor books. I have read this years ago I remember that this writer worked for Wizards of the Coast, cool because I used to drive by there when I lived in Seattle and Magic the Gathering was big then..I kinda suck at the game but it was cool though I LOVED The Rover, I read it years ago, sometime when my oldest was about three or four, he s almost 16 now If you have a love for Hobbits this guy was a perfect new Hobbit like character A little one forced into an adventure and he s a librarian, I work as a I have read this years ago I remember that this writer worked for Wizards of the Coast, cool because I used to drive by there when I lived in Seattle and Magic the Gathering was big then..I kinda suck at the game but it was cool though I LOVED The Rover, I read it years ago, sometime when my oldest was about three or four, he s almost 16 now If you have a love for Hobbits this guy was a perfect new Hobbit like character A little one forced into an adventure and he s a librarian, I work as a page and I love books just like Wick Nice to know there are others, I read the first and thought it grand, didn t occur to me to findI remember this being a fun read but I don t remember much of the details I don t know if I still own it so I might read it again if I have my own copyor I can just download onto the new Kindle Fire my family got It s supposed to be for my 11 year old but we are all going to use it Ah, I m going to have to return to Wick s story again It was definitely one of my favorite fantasy favorites A fun read to sit down with a flagon of mead, so enjoy I hate spoilers but really no threat doing one hereI can t remember much details only that I LOVED this book when I read it way back whenever Fans of LOTR and the fantasy genre will enjoy this literary confection Here are elves, dwarfs, dragons, pirates, halfings, battles, and libraries It is a very different storyline than you would expect LOTR for instance, contains a lot of war, whereas this islike a series of quests and the fundamental philosophy driving the series is that knowledge controls the world and therefore evil forces work to plunge the world into ignorance so that they can be enslaved Fascinating philosophy and Fans of LOTR and the fantasy genre will enjoy this literary confection Here are elves, dwarfs, dragons, pirates, halfings, battles, and libraries It is a very different storyline than you would expect LOTR for instance, contains a lot of war, whereas this islike a series of quests and the fundamental philosophy driving the series is that knowledge controls the world and therefore evil forces work to plunge the world into ignorance so that they can be enslaved Fascinating philosophy and filled with a gemstone of a story through the eyes of a halfling librarian turned adventurer and pirate, Wick Charming little fellow I recommend this to adventurers 13 however if you are a parent you can obviously read it through first to be sure you are comfortable with the content, as you do with any other book


About the Author: Mel Odom

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.aka Jordan GrayMel Odom is a bestselling writer for hire for Wizards of the Coast s Forgotten Realms, Gold Eagle s Mack Bolan, and Pocket s Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel book lines His debut SF novel Lethal Interface made the Locus recommended list The Rover was an Alyx Award winner He has also written a scientific adventure of the high seas set in the 19th century entitled Hunters of the Dark Sea He lives in Oklahoma.


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