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Saving Major Wiggles

Tales From the Land of Ononokin, Book 6
Narrated by: Jus Sargeant
Length: 5 hrs and 55 mins
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Summary

Who needs a Master Wizard anyway?

Major Wilbur Wiggles doesn't know it yet, but all four of his older brothers have been killed in combat. The military brass has tried to notify him, but the Major's squad has gone dark because their radios are out.

Spotting an opportunity, the Fates summon Gungren for the second leg of his three-part Fate Quest. They task him with hunting down Major Wiggles on behalf of the army. His goal is to find the man, get him to army headquarters, and then take him back home so that Mrs. Wiggles doesn't lose her only remaining son.

As if that wasn't tough enough, Gungren and Whizzfiddle had a falling out.

That means Gungren won't have his master's help during this quest...or will he?

©2017 John P. Logsdon, Christopher P. Young (P)2019 Living Audio, C.I.C.

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Another Humorous tale

In part 2 of 3 of this series arc as we go questing again with our intrepid heroes namely Whizzfiddle and Grungen have to do the saving private Ryan bit. And it seem the reality show is showing unexpected dividends all allowing for plenty a chuckle and smile. Another 5 stars all the way and can't wait to see what happens in the 3rd quest.

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Why so Lord of the Rings serious, have a chuckle.

I enjoyed the humor, story and general tom foolery of it all. A delight of a fantasy book that doesn`t take itself too serious to boot.