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By Daniel Arenson

They're misfits... yet they are the single heroes around.

From the writer of Song of Dragons comes Misfit Heroes -- a fable sequence approximately creepy monsters, underdog heroes, and epic event. For all ages.


Shadows prowl the evening. a dismal warlock musters energy. Evil lurks in each nook. the area wishes heroes. What it gets... is some misfits.

A couple failed squires. A jinxed wizard. A banished spirit of the wooded area. A childlike demon and her teddy endure. they're outcasts, disasters, oddballs.  They could simply keep the world.

Wand of the Witch (Misfit Heroes, ebook 2) -- coming soon!

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