Lore of the Underlings: Episode 5 ~ Into the Pit [NOOK Book]

Overview

Welcome back to Lore of the Underlings, a trail of tales to the end of things, and maybe a bit beyond.

The lore continues. This episode tells of the travelers' plight -- the fate of John Cap, Morio, and Vaam -- after they take an unplanned tumble underground and deep, deep down... into the very bowels of the place called the Letting Pen. A place where anything could happen.

Things go from bad to worse for them, now stuck in the muck of...

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Lore of the Underlings: Episode 5 ~ Into the Pit

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Overview

Welcome back to Lore of the Underlings, a trail of tales to the end of things, and maybe a bit beyond.

The lore continues. This episode tells of the travelers' plight -- the fate of John Cap, Morio, and Vaam -- after they take an unplanned tumble underground and deep, deep down... into the very bowels of the place called the Letting Pen. A place where anything could happen.

Things go from bad to worse for them, now stuck in the muck of a greedy pit, easy prey in this cavernous chamber of death. And then the black Guard himself makes the scene with an even more devilish scheme...

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045297011
  • Publisher: John Klobucher
  • Publication date: 9/21/2013
  • Series: Lore of the Underlings
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 71,803
  • File size: 104 KB

Meet the Author

John Klobucher is the author of many technical manuals that you'd never want to read. But he is also to blame for "Lore of the Underlings", an ill-advised epic adventure that's available to you in tasty little episodes, with new ones coming -- farm-fresh, organic, and cruelty-free -- every now and again. John has plans for many exciting installments of the "Lore" in the years to come (for more behind-the-scenes news and nonsense, including podcasts of this series, hie thee to this bloggery: loreoftheunderlings.wordpress.com).

John has also been known to paint a little, including the watercolors used in the cover art for "Lore of the Underlings".

John lives in Framingham, Massachusetts, USA with his wife Diane, son Sam, and daughter Mia.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    This is another good episode of the Lore saga. Fast-paced and a

    This is another good episode of the Lore saga. Fast-paced and a little slapstick. Keep them coming!

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