A city under siege. One halfling knight. An Epik Quest.
Epik thought he’d found what he was looking for: magic, adventure and friendship. He’d saved an entire kingdom. But at what cost?
Without his mentor, learning magic seems an impossible feat. And becoming a knight is proving… different than he ever expected.
A new enemy rises, and the city is under attack once more. The ten years of peace and prosperity promised to Dune All-En was over almost before it began.
Epik must heed the call.
He and his band of misfit souls - Todder, Myra, and Gerdy – embark on a quest that takes them across the realm. But what they find in King's Way shakes them to the core. A kingdom supposed to be seething with dark magic seems oddly empty of any magic at all.
Featuring magical jousts to rival both March Madness and WrestleMania III, grandiose feasts that many in Westeros would envy, and a cast of quirky characters that stick with you well after reading, Knowing is Halfling the Battle is a rip-roaring romp through the Arthurian realm of knighthood. Join Epik in his second adventure.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Part Terry Pratchett, part JRR Tolkein. Well written and lots of fun. Looking forward to the third book!
Knowing is Halfling the Battle was such a fun read! It had magic, humor, knights, and jousting! It was light-hearted and very well written! Epik's journey became more intriguing, secrets were revealed, and danger lurked around every corner! I definitely enjoyed it more than the first one. It had plenty of comedy to keep me laughing and a big adventure to keep me turning the pages. I loved the carry over from book 1 and how the author seamlessly reminded me of those events while keeping the pace of the story flowing. I found Epik's journey of self discovery to be very telling of his brave character. I loved Gerdy's point of view because I got to see her feistiness really come through. And, I enjoyed meeting new characters, like Kavya, and catching up with old characters, like Todder. The story was wild and unpredictable. It had plenty of intrigue to go around with mysterious happenings throughout the kingdom, an impending battle on the horizon, missing children, and magic afoot. It was full of fantasy and fun. It reminded me of all the fun I have when I go to the Renaissance Festival, and I finished it in one sitting! 4.5 stars! Thank you to the author for sending me this free e-copy in exchange for my honest review!