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Captains Outrageous: Or for Doom the Bell Tolls

by Roy V. Young

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How could I not like a book written by a good friend featuring himself, myself, and another college buddy as our swashbuckling alter egos? Besides having himself, myself, and Bobself, it's a good story with plenty of puns, vocabulary builders, and a great ending.Described by Roger Zelazny in the blurb as "...hybrid of The Three Musketeers and 'The Three Stooges Meet the Apocalypse'..." ( )
  dw0rd | Jul 15, 2009 |
How could I not like a book written by a good friend featuring himself, myself, and another college buddy as our swashbuckling alter egos? Besides having himself, myself, and Bobself, it's a good story with plenty of puns, vocabulary builders, and a great ending.Described by Roger Zelazny in the blurb as "...hybrid of The Three Musketeers and 'The Three Stooges Meet the Apocalypse'..." ( )
  edecklund | Jul 15, 2009 |
The back cover describes it as "zany". 'Nuff said.
  pocket_saviour | Mar 19, 2006 |
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Prologue: Not without fear did the winged lizard seek.
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Welcome to Leiblein, a world of lore and magic, legend and legerdemain, mystery and adventure, home to sinister dragons, troublesome wizards, crafty sages, slithering snowsnakes, buxom barmaids, cantankerous cougarands, a bell that can destroy the entire planet, capricious gods, haggling barbarians...
Um... what was that about a bell again?
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