Race to Til-Thorin

Race to Til-Thorin

by Jaime Buckley


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Dream girls. Fried snails.

A 30" bodyguard with pink ponytails.

Being a hero comes with learning curves.

The curve of a hip. The curve of a sword. The curve of a sucker punch as it connects with your face.

It wouldn't be so bad if Wendell had professionals to help him.

Instead, he's stuck with a feisty gnome, a senile old wizard and a green skinned, cigar-smoking babysitter to guide him.

Is it too late to quit?


Fans of epic fantasy will cheer Wendell on as the Chronicles of a Hero series continues in book two. Those who enjoy the world building skills of J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K. Rowling and Brandon Sanderson will surely get addicted to this original new world.

Feed your fantasy needs and grab your copy today!

"I have not laughed so hard in a long time. I don't KNOW how long it's been. Just when the tension is about to make my heart pop, Chuck or Dax or a situation will pop up and make you laugh."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614630272
Publisher: On The Fly Publications
Publication date: 12/22/2012
Series: Chronicles of a Hero , #2
Pages: 268
Sales rank: 411,596
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Author, Illustrator, Game Maker and Dad of 12, Jaime Buckley is best known for his fictional world of Wanted Hero and the comical epic fantasy series, Chronicles of a Hero.

When not writing or creating games based on his worldbuilding genius, Jaime loves interacting with readers all around the globe.

He lives in Utah with the love of his life and their home-grown fan club.

You can find Jaime by visiting https://wantedhero.com

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JBronder More than 1 year ago
Poor Wendell, he knows that he is the wrong person that his brother Evan is the one that was supposed to be the hero. But he is here and he is going to have to learn fast what is going on and what he can do. It doesn’t help that his “teachers” are more rejects than him. But he has his instructions, keep the seals on Mahan which keep him banished to Unrest. Let’s just hope that he can survive that long. I absolutely loved Prelude to a Hero and couldn’t wait to see what trouble Wendell would get himself into next. I was not disappointed. Wendell doubts himself and just “knows” that he is going to fail. But no matter what he gets himself into he still makes it out, maybe not in the expected way. Of course his bumbling teacher and babysitter are no better than him but find their own place in this epic quest. This is a great series and one that I recommend checking out. You will feel bad for Wendell, cheer him on, and laugh so hard your sides hurt. Wendell may be an unlikely hero but he sure does a great job in his own way. I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.