Squawk of the Were-Chicken

Squawk of the Were Chicken Almost nothing interesting ever happens in Deidre s little village outside of the occasional traveling merchant or troupe of players visiting the marketplace So it s no wonder that she spends her eve

  • Title: Squawk of the Were-Chicken
  • Author: Richard J. Kendrick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Almost nothing interesting ever happens in Deidre s little village, outside of the occasional traveling merchant or troupe of players visiting the marketplace So it s no wonder that she spends her every free moment designing and building outlandish contraptions, and then relying on her semi autonomous tongue to get her out of trouble or dig her in deeper when the device iAlmost nothing interesting ever happens in Deidre s little village, outside of the occasional traveling merchant or troupe of players visiting the marketplace So it s no wonder that she spends her every free moment designing and building outlandish contraptions, and then relying on her semi autonomous tongue to get her out of trouble or dig her in deeper when the device inevitably slimes Momma with something Then that self proclaimed were chicken hunter rode in His tall tales of shape shifting chicken beasts cock a doodling at the moon were good for a laugh until it looked like they were true Will Deidre be able to catch the monster before suspicions, accusations and eight feet of giant chicken tear her homeland apart

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    1 thought on “Squawk of the Were-Chicken”

    1. I wanted something that tickled all my tail feathers and when I saw this on NetGalley, I just had to jump all over it. I'm glad I did, too. I somewhat expected a tongue-in-cheek fantasy blowing some chicken or another into epic proportions a-la Pratchett, but here's the funny bit: I got a nice taste of fourth-wall literary post-deconstructionism from one character and a smart-mouthed tinkerer from another as they try and often fail to rid their little podunk kingdom of the greatest threat it has [...]

    2. I wanted to love this book. I tried so hard to love this book.I mean “werechicken”? I was in right there. That’s such an awesome parody with so much potential for utter hilarity. Bring on the werechicken! Let it be ridiculous! Let is be terrible! Let it be hilarious! Fear it’s BA-GAWK!And some of it is awesome. I got half way through this book and nearly put it down so many times - but each time I was about to put it down there was a lovely little moment of awesome. This lovely little ap [...]

    3. I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley and therefore submitting this review under this premises. I have not received any further encouragement to give a positive review other than to be honest.From the first sentence I knew that this was one book that would have the quirky sense of humour that I thoroughly enjoyed, displayed through the Main Character's thoughts (Deirdre) and her acquaintances, especially in the case of the conversations she has with Fyfe, her best friend. This is wo [...]

    4. Inspired by the wit and wisdom of Terry Pratchett, this clockpunk coming-of-age adventure is sure to delight anyone who loved The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents, Equal Rites, or the Tiffany Aching series.

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