Be Careful What You Wish For

Be Careful What You Wish For This Book is a work of Dark Fantasy ie Horror Fantasy You never know what you might find in the back corner of a pawn shop Michelle enters a shop expecting to find a wedding band for her love and in

  • Title: Be Careful What You Wish For
  • Author: DanielBlack
  • ISBN: 2940011349218
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Nook
  • This Book is a work of Dark Fantasy, ie Horror Fantasy.You never know what you might find in the back corner of a pawn shop Michelle enters a shop expecting to find a wedding band for her love, and instead finds a ring that can and will change everything about the world she knows, and will also teach her the value of the phrase Be careful what you wish for.Note This Book is a work of Dark Fantasy, ie Horror Fantasy.You never know what you might find in the back corner of a pawn shop Michelle enters a shop expecting to find a wedding band for her love, and instead finds a ring that can and will change everything about the world she knows, and will also teach her the value of the phrase Be careful what you wish for.Note This book has been republished as the first half of a combined edition also titled Be Careful What You Wish For.

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    1. Be Careful What you Wish For (Book 1: Saga of the New Gods) reviewAuthor: Daniel Black4 out of 5 starsDisclosure: I received a free copy of this e-book through a giveaway site, with the request that I provide an honest review once I had a chance to read it.Long-time friends and gaming buddies Tim, Brandon, Adam, Michelle, Chelsea, and Blake gathered for their regular D&D game. Afterward, Michelle proposed to Adam and gave him the unique ring she found in the dusty old pawn show with the cree [...]

    2. Asked to review this novel, I started reading and was afraid that I was going to have to have to explain politely to the author that I was unable to finish it because I understood nothing about D&D role-playing and did not want to read over 400 pages about a game that was of no interest to me. However, I was intrigued when Michelle was in Old Man McGillicuddy's shop, The Cellar and I kept reading to find answers about both the man and the ring. What exactly was he, how did he get the ring, w [...]

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