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Chuggie and the Desecration of Stagwater
     

Chuggie and the Desecration of Stagwater

by Brent Kelley
 
In the first installment of Mischief Mayhem Want and Woe, Brent Michael Kelley unleashes the horrors of Desecration on Stagwater.

Norchug Mot Losiat, Chuggie to his friends, is Brother Drought. When, in his rambling, he stumbles upon the remote city of Stagwater, he finds love, temptation, and treachery. He fights against men, demons, and his own nature to battle

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In the first installment of Mischief Mayhem Want and Woe, Brent Michael Kelley unleashes the horrors of Desecration on Stagwater.

Norchug Mot Losiat, Chuggie to his friends, is Brother Drought. When, in his rambling, he stumbles upon the remote city of Stagwater, he finds love, temptation, and treachery. He fights against men, demons, and his own nature to battle the sinister forces threatening the city. But Chuggie? All he wants is a boat.

"I'm really not a fan of horror, but this one held my morbidly fascinated attention to the end.
Originality sparkles throughout.... I call it an excellent novel of its kind, and believe horror fans should like it very well." - Piers Anthony

"With the earthy fantasy of Orson Card's Hart's Hope and the frolicking dark humor of the likes of Monty Python, Chuggie and the Desecration of Stagwater is a unique and stunning little piece of insanity. Brent Michael Kelley has proven he's not just an interesting fantasy writer, but an altogether wild new breed of scribe." - Benjamin Kane Ethridge,
Bram Stoker Award Winning author of BLACK & ORANGE

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615571041
Publisher:
Omnium Gatherum Media
Publication date:
11/29/2011
Pages:
308
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

Meet the Author

Brent Michael Kelley lives and writes in the Wisconsin Northwoods. He shares a home with such things as hairless dogs, a snake named Darth Batman, and the woman he married on Halloween. In addition to writing about his pal Chuggie, he likes writing story-poems, painting monsters, and making wine. Some say late at night, if you're alone by a campfire, you can summon Brent by closing your eyes and saying his name eleven times. He insists this is not true and there's no way it will work... yet.

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