Beth's Review: Deathmaster: Adventures in the Uncharted 39th Dimension by Kent Hill
APC PUBLISHER: Night Sky Book Services
NARRATOR: J. Scott Bennett RELEASED: July 13, 2018 GENRE: SCIFI, EPIC FANTASY LENGTH: 3 hours and 20 minutes FORMAT: EBOOK, AUDIBLE, PAPERBACK
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Kent Hill's exciting follow-up to his breakout novella Alien Smut Peddlers from the Future is a glorious valentine to the straight-to-video awesomeness of the 80's. Bob Dragon is a reluctant hero who finds himself whisked away to do battle with a evil Overlord in a realm with beautiful women, cyclopean wizards, talking mutants, swamp zombies, mystical warriors and a sorcerer who teaches snails to sing . . . badly. All this you say, and no musical number? That's what sequels are for . . .
FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
I couldn’t listen to this story without pausing it periodically to laugh. It was hilariously entertaining, and a little bit twisted too. I kept picturing it being written by a group of college kids sitting around brainstorming with the help of acid or mushrooms. Yes, it was that out there, both literally and figuratively; after all, it is set in the 39th uncharted dimension. This is a must get for your next road trip (adults only). I loved it and think anyone with any sense of humor will too. Deathmaster is easily a 5-star book.