The World Below

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Chronicles of the Goblin King Book One.

In ancient times, magical creatures inhabited the Earth. They lived on mountaintops, in the branches of trees, at the bottom of lakes and rivers.

That was long ago, before the human race declared war on the creatures they feared and hated. Now, the enchanted peoples are all but gone. Those few who remain fear being stretched out on an examination table in some secret, governmental facility. The only place...

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Overview

Chronicles of the Goblin King Book One.

In ancient times, magical creatures inhabited the Earth. They lived on mountaintops, in the branches of trees, at the bottom of lakes and rivers.

That was long ago, before the human race declared war on the creatures they feared and hated. Now, the enchanted peoples are all but gone. Those few who remain fear being stretched out on an examination table in some secret, governmental facility. The only place they can hide from the ever increasing number of satellites and smart phones is in the World Below.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615728862
  • Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/1/2013
  • Pages: 206
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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  • Posted December 29, 2013

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    ┬┐The World Below┬┐ is a stunning urban fantasy novel with quirky

    ‘The World Below’ is a stunning urban fantasy novel with quirky and lovable characters. Mitch is a former foundry worker who was injured and disfigured during a strike. When the money runs out he moves away and starts anew. Mitch found new friends who didn’t pity him or run away in fear and he even met a beautiful girl, Elizabeth. Mitch starts learning about the World Below, because he can ‘see’ more than the average human, and he ends up fulfilling his role as hero quite admirably. I loved the fantasy, the creatures, the characters, and oddly even the nasty Baron Finkbeiner. ‘The World Below’ is wonderfully gritty and brings realism to fantasy at a steady pace which leads to a raucous conclusion.

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  • Posted September 19, 2013

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    The World Below is a imaginative, snarky, funny but also dark an

    The World Below is a imaginative, snarky, funny but also dark and gorey twisting of modern day reality and ancient fae lore and fantasy. Let me hit the snarky, Elizabeth first...she's got attitude down to a science and the power to back it up. But it didn't stop there, the sarcasm and strong personas hit all the characters in this story telling. Although may times I LOL, Phillips still created some very dark and graphically detailed scenes. The evil was definitely evil, the good was maybe a little evil and the rest of the characters got completely caught up in the wake.

    The World Below is a refreshing and quite entertaining read. I can't wait to see what will happen to Mitch next.

    I received this copy of The World Below from Mike Phillips in exchange for a honest review.

    Written by: Mike Phillips
    Series: The Chronicles of the Goblin King
    Sequence in Series: 1
    Print Length: 315 pages
    Publisher: Damnation Books LLC 
    Publication Date: March 1, 2013
    ISBN-13: 9781615728862
    Rating: 4 Stars
    Genre: Fantasy Contemporary

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  • Posted May 30, 2013

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    Mike pens "The World Below" in an original, well writt

    Mike pens "The World Below" in an original, well written and magickal plot. I found his characters to be well defined, strong and very interesting.  With a touch of humor written in, this book kept my interest from start to finish. I look forward to more from this author.




    This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.

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  • Posted May 29, 2013

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    The World Below is a fantastical adventure that mixing the moder

    The World Below is a fantastical adventure that mixing the modern world with the world of fantasy. Mitch Hardy is shunned because of his scars. Feeling lonely, misunderstood, and angry that people would treat him this way. When he makes a fresh start in a new town the people he meets are different, they do not shun him, but respect him. He even meets a beautiful girl, Elizabeth. Through a series of twist and turns Mitch finds out that Elizabeth is a Faerie and she is on a quest to find out who her father is. Elizabeth gets kidnaped by the rule of The World Below and Mitch comes to the rescue. What he discovers is more then he could every dream possible.

    Mike Phillips is a very talented writer that weaves a story full of fantasy, adventure, quests, and romance. It’s Labyrinth meets Star Wars! The world development is incredibly detailed and makes the reader fill like they are right there beside of Mitch during his journey. All the characters are unique and refreshing. You’ll love them and love to hate them! You can’t go wrong with the astounding fantasy novel!

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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