NPCs by Drew Hayes (Spells, Swords, & Stealth #1)

NPCs by Drew Hayes
(Spells, Swords, & Stealth #1)

Bullet Teaser:

  • Fantasy
  • Humor
  • Gamer literature
  • For people who like D&D, RPGs, MMORPGs, Runescape, Gaming, or anything with a quest
  • High fantasy world
  • Magic
  • Training
  • It feels like you are going through quests like you would in a video game
  • Fun, light-hearted adventure
  • Part of a 4 book series (ongoing)

Book Description:

What happens when the haggling is done and the shops are closed? When the quest has been given, the steeds saddled, and the adventurers are off to their next encounter? They keep the world running, the food cooked, and the horses shoed, yet what adventurer has ever spared a thought or concern for the Non-Player Characters?

In the town of Maplebark, four such NPCs settle in for a night of actively ignoring the adventurers drinking in the tavern when things go quickly and fatally awry. Once the dust settles, these four find themselves faced with an impossible choice: pretend to be adventurers undertaking a task of near-certain death or see their town and loved ones destroyed. Armed only with salvaged equipment, second-hand knowledge, and a secret that could get them killed, it will take all manner of miracles if they hope to pull off their charade.

And even if they succeed, the deadliest part of their journey may well be what awaits them at its end.

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Spells, Swords, & Stealth Series

  1. NPC’s
  2. Split The Party
  3. Going Rogue
  4. (Untitled – Expected 2017 – 2018)

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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
    by Sherman Alexie

    Bullet Teaser:

    • Young Adult – Contemporary
    • Humor
    • Cute illustrated pictures
    • Diverse – Spokane Native American, Disability
    • Show the problems of life on the Reservation
    • College basketball
    • Alcoholism culture
    • Poverty
    • Struggles of racism in a new environment
    • Death and the struggle for hope
    • Relentless pursuit to one’s improve life
    • Friendship and Family play a big part
    • What it means to be part of a culture
    • Coming of age story
    • Touching story – You feel the main characters struggle throughout the entire story and you want him to make it.

    Book Description:

    Bestselling author Sherman Alexie tells the story of Junior, a budding cartoonist growing up on the Spokane Indian Reservation. Determined to take his future into his own hands, Junior leaves his troubled school on the rez to attend an all-white farm town high school where the only other Indian is the school mascot.

    Heartbreaking, funny, and beautifully written, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, which is based on the author’s own experiences, coupled with poignant drawings by Ellen Forney that reflect the character’s art, chronicles the contemporary adolescence of one Native American boy as he attempts to break away from the life he was destined to live.

    With a forward by Markus Zusak, interviews with Sherman Alexie and Ellen Forney, and four-color interior art throughout, this edition is perfect for fans and collectors alike.

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The Humans by Matt Haig


The Humans by Matt Haig

Bullet Teaser:

  • Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Humor
  • Alien body-snatching
  • Discovering what it means to be human
  • Exploring poetry and the beauty of everyday life
  • Falling in love & Falling in love again
  • Family bonding
  • Father-son emotional bonding
  • Beautifully worded, very quotable, and memorable
  • Makes you appreciate the wonders of life & the things we take for granted
  • Heartwarming

Book Description

Body-snatching has never been so heartwarming …

The Humans is a funny, compulsively readable novel about alien abduction, mathematics, and that most interesting subject of all: ourselves. Combine Douglas Adams’s irreverent take on life, the universe, and everything with a genuinely moving love story, and you have some idea of the humor, originality, and poignancy of Matt Haig’s latest novel.

Our hero, Professor Andrew Martin, is dead before the book even begins. As it turns out, though, he wasn’t a very nice man–as the alien imposter who now occupies his body discovers. Sent to Earth to destroy evidence that Andrew had solved a major mathematical problem, the alien soon finds himself learning more about the professor, his family, and “the humans” than he ever expected. When he begins to fall for his own wife and son–who have no idea he’s not the real Andrew–the alien must choose between completing his mission and returning home or finding a new home right here on Earth.

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