REVIEW A QUEST OF UNDOING%22What a great romp through a fantasy tale! Not since Sir Terry Pratchett have I enjoyed a laugh-out-loud adventure set in a crazy, but believable, environment.%22
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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 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 all…Humans; 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 more fill the vastness of Ononokin.