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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Epic
  • Language:English
  • Pages:574
  • eBook ISBN:9781617924927

The Baggelbarts

by L. Bain

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Overview
In the footsteps of J.R.R Comes a The Baggelbarts. A fantasy Novel... In Epic Gibbering Proportions .... Reviews on the Baggelbarts! ----- I read the story and it was the funniest (book/story or text) I have ever read. I had my macitosh read me a chapter every night and I went to sleep laughing. I really enjoyed it, I hope you write 100 more... A.K.A Treebeard The Characters The Baggelbarts Styles Gibelbib- "How can this be, Nelpander, I'm a coward. I can't face an Evil thing like him, where the only advantage I have is being a fast runner." Tuggle Ripworg- "I agree, emotional would be best although it depends on what kind of pain we're talking about. Is it like stubbing your toe? I'd rather stub my toe than go through emotional pain, but I'd rather go through emotional pain, than have my belly ripped open and displayed for folks to gawk at."
Description
In the footsteps of J.R.R Comes a The Baggelbarts. A fantasy Novel... In Epic Gibbering Proportions .... Reviews on the Baggelbarts! ----- I read the story and it was the funniest (book/story or text) I have ever read. I had my macitosh read me a chapter every night and I went to sleep laughing. I really enjoyed it, I hope you write 100 more... A.K.A Treebeard The Characters The Baggelbarts Styles Gibelbib- "How can this be, Nelpander, I'm a coward. I can't face an Evil thing like him, where the only advantage I have is being a fast runner." Tuggle Ripworg- "I agree, emotional would be best although it depends on what kind of pain we're talking about. Is it like stubbing your toe? I'd rather stub my toe than go through emotional pain, but I'd rather go through emotional pain, than have my belly ripped open and displayed for folks to gawk at." Bran Gagget- "The tale I'm going to tell cannot be told in common tongue. The story I'm about to tell you, in Epic gibbering proportions, needs to be spoken in Gibberish to be fully appreciated." Jiffy Yiptar- "Well, if we are to die, die we must, but not today! It's not a good day to die, tomorrow's always better than today. Yes, especially when it's dying we're talking about, and not someone else, but Me, Me die? If I were to die, I would not exist. Therefore, am I really here now if I am to die?" The Wizard Nelpander-The Frothy- "Get your own staff. This is mine, I tell you, all mine! Oh yes! What a staff! It's mighty! It's powerful! It's hand made! And, most important of all, it's mine. See those marks? My initials. It's mine." The Smelly Man Pelpar Greygar "Yes! Yes Baggelberts! I have a name! And it's not the Smelly Man! My name is Pelpar Greygar! When I was Pelpar, things were great! I even had a wench! Yes! A wench! And what a fine wench she was! We used to take walks in the moonlight, and I would fondle her in front of fellows who couldn't get their own wench, which, of course, caused them to call me vulgar names in their jealousy. Miscellaneous The Fat Farmer- "After all, Dragons take what they want. Does little good quarreling with Dragons. I mean, if I had some fine rugs, all the Dragon would have to do is step on me, and then tell folks he inherited the rugs from me when I died. I don't think whoever investigates these things would bother looking on the bottoms of the Dragon's feet and ask, 'Hey, who's this fellow you stepped in?' I mean, even if the dragon wasn't smiling...." The Guards- "Belgrotten's mother won't allow him to write any more until his penmanship improves, My mother just happy I have favorite letters, and, if I could actually write them, she'd swear I was a gloryboy!" The not appearing in this book "I'm not printing this whole book just so you can read while squatting. If I'm going to print this you'll have to explain it to the tree you killed...!!!"
About the author
A product of the Public School System the author sought to conquer the world with his unyielding pros, uncanny ability to make leisure time, and its general, ‘It’ll happen dude” outlook… For years he toyed with obscurity, befriending procrastination, and other forms of ideal behavior. Scoffed and mock those without a spell checker, "you see I can recognize the words that are spelled right, even if I can spell them to begin with." Later becoming a sad rejects on street corners attempting to swindle the unwary of their loose pocket change. Pennies became nickels, thus giving birth to dimes and quarters, he then begot malt liquor in brown bags which yielded unbridled amounts of leisure time… Sipping and pontificating while sprawled out on the floor may have been seen to outsiders as laziness and self centeredness but was in fact mind bending thought yet unseen in the popular Authors of this era. Thoughts of “do you think the sun knows it’s yellow?” Baffled him which led to more change and brown paper bags… The rest well is history... He wrote a book
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