This is a fictitious autobiography of fantasy. The hero faces a rocky road to follow; at all times faith and honour are at stake where he has to trust advice given to complete his quest. Not all advice is good. This book is mainly humour with an atmospherically charged feel of well-being to it. A few high jinxes here and there don't go amiss. The hero starts off thinking that he can run before he can walk; this is never so. He has to learn from scratch. As the journey goes on, he starts to realise this. There are a few surprises and laughs in store especially in the last chapter which holds more reasons why the quest has to be completed.
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