The Dark Queen of Darkness

The Dark Queen of Darkness

by Dave S Koster

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Overview

Hexe, the Dark Queen of Darkness, sits at the top of a dark tower in a dark land and wants nothing more than to find her one true love and settle in the happy green country of Fairyvale to raise fat babies and maybe chickens. Against the advice of her magic mirror and with the reluctant help of her whiskey-drinking, pipe-smoking fairy godmother, Matha, she magically becomes the simple farm girl named Hannah. Her goal: Try not to get picked up by the infamous Prince Charming and settle in Fairyvale to find her one true love. She sets off with an assassin, who's actually really a pretty nice guy, to find happily ever after. As with all good plans, it goes sideways, and after a brush with death, she's joined by her trusty gargoyle minion, Melbourne, and her magic mirror. Hexe/Hannah's adventure is a humorous, uphill battle through realities of relationships, domestic life, and finding true love before learning the truth of the fairytale ending.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734669909
Publisher: Dave S. Koster
Publication date: 02/18/2020
Edition description: Print ed.
Pages: 324
Sales rank: 766,322
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

To his surprise, Dave mostly writes satirical fantasy and reckons himself pretty good at it. He also dabbles in satirical sci-fi. Dave is a research analyst by day and likes a good database nearly as much as an affordable bottle of blended scotch. Which is to say, more than you might expect and for reasons nobody else seems to understand.

Dave is an Alaskan. He grew up there and still lives there and won't leave unless forced. He's a species of urban Alaskan that likes salmon, sheefish, and caribou curry, but prefers to stand by while real outdoorsmen/women do the all mucking about in the woods with mosquitos and such-like. That said, he absolutely won't turn up the opportunity to process the odd road-killed moose with friends.

In addition to living in the shallowest possible reaches of the Alaskan wilderness, Dave enjoys cooking, growing potatoes in trash cans, watching his family raise ducks, volunteering as a mentor with FIRST Robotics, and talking to his trees, which are bur oaks.

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