A Quest of Undoing (2020)

A Quest of Undoing Why does questing have to be so persnickety Xebdigon Whizzfiddle is a wizard who has to find a quest get it contracted and finish it to the letter within days or he ll lose his guild membership s
  • Title: A Quest of Undoing
  • Author: John P. Logsdon
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  • Page: 312
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  • A Quest of Undoing
    Why does questing have to be so persnickety Xebdigon Whizzfiddle is a wizard who has to find a quest, get it contracted, and finish it to the letter within 30 days or he ll lose his guild membership status, meaning he ll have to actually work for a living At the perpetual age of 650, this is really no longer an option After interviewing countless people who are looking fWhy does questing have to be so persnickety Xebdigon Whizzfiddle is a wizard who has to find a quest, get it contracted, and finish it to the letter within 30 days or he ll lose his guild membership status, meaning he ll have to actually work for a living At the perpetual age of 650, this is really no longer an option After interviewing countless people who are looking for a wizard to quest with, Whizzfiddle all but gives up But then one last questing party arrives, and they re the oddest bunch he s seen in a long time and being a wizard in the land of Ononokin, that s saying something They have to traverse the portals from the Upperworld to the Underworld deal with Trolls, Ogres, Gorgans, Orcs, and worst of allHumans survive the land of professional salespeople go through the afterlife and fight to avoid Whizzfiddle s disgruntled past apprentice s attempts to thwart them at every turn Going through all of this makes Whizzfiddle wonder if maybe he shouldn t just give up magic and go back to his roots of being a farmer The land of Ononokin gets its influence as a hodgepodge from Monty Python, National Lampoon, Family Guy, Terry Pratchett, Piers Anthony, Douglas Adams, Harry Harrison, and countless other comedic mediums Readers will find a new, fun, comedic fantasy world to play in Wizards, magic, Dwarfs, Orcs, Ogres, Trolls, Gnomes, Halflings, Vampires, Zombies, Dragons, Gorgans, and fill the vastness of Ononokin.
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    1. Xebdigon Whizzfiddle is a wizard with a problem.Having been set up with the Wizards Guild by a disgruntled and devious former apprentice, Whizzfiddle must complete a wizardly quest to the letter, or face the loss of his magic privileges.The quest in question involves undoing a spell cast by another wizard against a handful of fantasy world type beings, which rendered them opposites of their former selves Thus begins what Whizzfiddle hopes will be the last adventure for an old wizard who prefers [...]

    2. An imaginatively witty world wherein worldly Wizards and epic quests collide in a magnificent explosion This truly inspired fantasy creation of sheer genius left me awestruck, for it was unexpectedly exceptional and just brilliant As an avid reader of the fantasy genre from high epic fantasy like Tolkien, Erikson, Elliot and Donaldson to the contemporary and modern , I was greatly impressed by John P Logsdon s well written story A Quest of Undoing contains similarities as to the outlandish, pec [...]

    3. I received this book as a Giveaway I was hoping this would be something I could recommend to the middle schoolers however it is much of an adult book The wit and humor as well as the characters make this a fun and entertaining read A dragon, who is now a lizard, starting a nudie magazine, a gay elf and a giant who wants to be a wizard What could be funny I will be recommending this to adult readers.

    4. I saw this series on a Facebook ad and its the first ad that s ever held any interest for me and I m so glad I found out about, not only this series of Comic fantasy world books, but that John P Logsdon has also written several other series of comedic books including comic Space adventure, my favourite Anyway, back to A Quest of Undoing Its always a good sign when you are hooked into a world within a few pages The writing is very natural and keeps you smiling and often laughing out loud with a [...]

    5. A Quest of Undoing A Tale from the Land of Ononokin is a fantastic read for anyone looking for something on the lighter side of fantasy Funny, inventive and not laboriously detailed, this is a read that will have you smiling and chuckling the entire way through The book successfully parodies other fantasy and adventure staples, such as Lord of the Rings, while maintaining it s own plot Set in a rather distinct world, with bizarre characters and an interesting quest, A Quest of Undoing sets itsel [...]

    6. This book is a enjoyable diversion from the heavy reading that I usually have on my shelf The story is reminiscent of an outtake on the hobbit The group of misfits are on a quest with a little old wizard and many mishaps befall them It was not predictable and did not feel contrived Some of it was funny and other parts rather clever in their execution I would recommend this book to those who enjoy tales of adventure, comic reading, and lighthearted stories of wizarding This book was won as part o [...]

    7. I saw this advertised via Facebook, and liked the sound of it, so decided to purchased I m glad I did I found this very funny in places not necessarily laugh out loud, but very sly and clever Loved the machinations of Treneth of Dahl, and the different power sources The interaction between the wizards and the questers was spot on for me.Very, very enjoyable, if you like your fantasy a bit off the wall vampires mosquitos Looking forward to .

    8. This book was a fun read, it was like a combination of Terry Pratchett Piers Anthony Craig Shaw Gardner.There was a lot of whimsy, bumbling wizards, plays on words, and little insider jokes about the Hobbit Lord of the Rings and probably some that I didn t have the geek level clearance to understand So if you like any of the three authors I mentioned in the beginning, then you will probably be entertained on some level by this book.

    9. Brilliant I won this book in a giveaway, which I entered mostly because my name was listed as one of the authors It s a light comedic fantasy romp, following the wizard Whizzfiddle as he bumbles his way through a quest I can t say much without handing out spoilers, so just pick up a copy and read it

    10. Absolutely loved this book had me giggling and wanting when I d finished being a Terry Pratchett fan I didn t think I d find any other books that matched that wit after reading this I think I may have just found it so much so I ve moved straight onto reading the Full Moon Event and already I m giggling

    11. I loved this book, it was very funny, It was a tale of a wizard who was very lazy and it turns out he has never finished off a quest, but now he has to complete one to keep his wizard status.Have fun reading it is well worth the money, I will be reading from this author.

    12. This is a pretty good book Certainly not amazing, but a nice fluffy read I didn t find it particularly funny, as it is toted to be, but I did enjoy reading it.

    13. Really good book i got a free copy and i must say was enjoyable The wizard characters did remind me some what of Terry Pratchett s wizards.

    14. A fun little read to clean your palate before the next big book I enjoyed the antics of the various characters.

    15. Rating 1.5 When I began this book it seemed funny and whimsical but after a time the humor began to seem heavy handed and tired I would have stayed with it because I liked the quest and the main character, but what made me finally stop in disgust was the way that the gay character was handled There were some sly digs in the beginning that I wasn t sure if they were just the kind of over the top humor the book is written in and not intended to be prejudiced or insulting but, as the story went on, [...]

    16. So I read this quirky little adventure between audiobooks, thus it took a few weeks It s a hilarious, fast paced and simplistic in its writing, which made it all the easier to get through quickly It looks like each new book in the series will be about new characters and new escapades Perks Enough characters to keep the book interesting as well as giving each character hilarious quirks A good length novel for a short adventure A multi book series with new adventures and characters with each new i [...]

    17. This is the first book of a large series which gives us you many options.Great story of a bumbling wizard and a motley crew of quest seekers who are out to return their bodies back to their normal selfs.Some quick witted and clever quips and moments abound in this story which makes for a pleasant read.If you enjoy quacky and silly then this story is for you.Narrator does a great job of conveying the wide range of characters throughout this story Shall also be keeping an eye out for of his work [...]

    18. So in the first couple of chapters our main characters relates to a prince how some bandits are going have a little fun with a princess for something approaching a fortnight But it s OK because she ll learn a few tricks that the prince will appreciate later and she ll be fine after being rescued by a wizard who will only demand she regularly prostitute herself to him multiple times a year for an indeterminate number of years.Apparently I am supposed to view this as funny somehow.It is not funny [...]

    19. I bought this book because it is advertised as being similar to Terry Pratchett and there are mostly 5 star reviews I am going out on a limb to say that I don t agree with this rating sorry I so wanted to like it because of the Pratchett connection but, because the book badly needs to be proofread, silly errors distracted my reading Character names are spelled differently throughout main example is Beckner Bekner, but there are others and I struggled to finish it because once I d noticed the fir [...]

    20. I highly recommend this book and indeed the whole Tales From the Land of Ononokin series, which I have read and thoroughly enjoyed In fact I ve read A Quest of Undoing before and it looses none of it s charm second time around An easy read that is funny, clever and entertaining Have a read yourself and I m sure you ll be glad you did.

    21. I thought it would be just a wee bit funnier, but it was still a delightful read Since I have the second one I ll eventually get around to reading it.

    22. GoodIt was a good book with a good story I ll be checking the next book out as well Try it if you like stories such as diskworld.

    23. First, lets deal with the elephant in the room, or is that 4 elephants I won t be making comparisons to other authors alive or dead accepta story on its merit It serves no purpose to make a comparison one way or the other as someone will undoubtedly disagree.The first of the Ononokin tales follows the wizard named Whizzfiddle in his attempt to thwart his former apprentice who is hellbenton discrediting the lackadaisical, but hugely popular Whizzfiddle.The story whizzes along sorry at a great pac [...]

    24. OK an Elf, a Dwarf, a Knight and a Giant all walk in to a bar But first we are introduced to a very old and slow aging wizard with an ex apprentice that has an axe to grind Then they ve got to go find a dragon in lizard form who wants to be the fantasy world version of Hugh Hefner, only with ah, just read it There s a few pop culture gags that many will get even if they are not fans of the fantasy genre The story is fairly short or I blazed through at a record pace, I don t know The whole thing [...]

    25. A witty, enjoyably silly jaunt for wizard Whizzfiddle and his band of decidedly upsy daisy characters eg a small giant Every wizard has to find out their own source of magic Whizzfiddle s is ale and lots of it Treneth s source of magic is absolutely wonderful I can only imagine the laughs that the authors had coming up with that I won t spoil it by telling, though He deserves it.If you enjoy a lighthearted, easy fantasy read with full imaginative characters, baddies and goodies, then this is the [...]

    26. I m so pleased I found the books about the land of Ononokin, with A quest of Undoing as the first of 4 already released, and luckily there are on their way so this series is still growing Xebdigon Whizzfiddle the Wizard is the main character but all characters are fun in their own right and the writing is so easy to read and great for relaxing after a tough day or week.If you fancy a story about a land with Wizards and all sorts of supernatural races that will make you laugh then give this book [...]

    27. saw this through the Facebook ad which caught my eye with its comparison to Sir Terry Pratchett oh really I thought another wannabe But I was really surprised I laughed, I chuckled, I giggled and I think I may even have guffawed The names are silly Whizzfiddle, Peapod Pecklesworthy The quest challenging to restore to normal a scruffy elf, scared knight, four foot giant, ten foot beardless dwarf, and a lizard who used to be a dragon I am glad I got the four book series, but book 2 will have to wa [...]

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