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The third novel in the hilarious, international bestselling Jason Cosmo series by the author of Jason Cosmo and Royal ...
The third novel in the hilarious, international bestselling Jason Cosmo series by the author of Jason Cosmo and Royal Chaos. Sick of being an invincible hero and the most feared man in the realm, Jason Cosmo, now known as the Mighty Champion, atempts to turn in his magic armor, his loyal sword, and his Heroes Club charge card--and raise turnips. Original.
Posted June 14, 2011
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Dan continues his original, highly imaginative, and brilliant story in book three of the Jason Cosmo Non-Trilogy. Once again he doesn't let up on the laugh-out-load hilarity, dangerous and potentially life-threatening predicaments, and just all around fantastic fabulousness. I liked how things got mixed up a bit from its usual routine, all the while Jason struggles to continue to keep the programmed storyline/expected sequence of events going. In 'Dirty Work' Jason questions and doubts his role as the hero, and with the additional unexpected surprise at his home in Caratha along with a learned fact about his ancestral lineage, Cosmo charges his next adventure on one of his three credit cards, (Heroes Club, gold Chargemaster, or CarathaBank platinum), for passage on a ship of misfits; a narcoleptic, a man-hater who spits, and a captain with a repeated sinking reputation. If he can survive the voyage, he'll have to fight off amorous women, the assassin league, a vampire, and once again the Dark Magic Society, in order to keep the Eleven Kingdoms from falling into another Age of Evil. 'Dirty Work' concludes with a great set-up for the next and soon to be expected Jason Cosmo book, 'Noble Cause'. It's not necessary for you to read any of these books in order. If you haven't read them yet, I highly suggest that all fantasy lovers should read the just as funny and great reads, 'Hero Wanted' and 'Royal Chaos'.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.