Why Should You Read ‘A Discourse In Steel’?

June 7, 2013 at 8:47 am | Posted in Angry Robot, Books, Fantasy, Humor | Leave a comment
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Paul S. Kemp’s latest fantasy novel, A Discourse in Steel, comes out later this month. Paul has posted his final excerpt from the book to whet readers’ appetites (along with links to the other excerpts). And if you haven’t made up you mind on whether you should buy A Discourse in Steel or not, Paul has ten reasons why you should.

10.  Purchasing the novel grants you twenty-five temporary hit points, and those extra hit points will give you the edge you need to defeat your longtime nemesis, the super villain, Doctor Manuel Rodriquez Sans Pants.  Because seriously – that brother needs to put on some pants or else pay the price for his unwelcome floppiness.

9.  The book is already receiving excellent reviews. See ‘em? And that’s before it’s even released.  Ergo, we can safely conclude that the book travels through time.  If you buy it, you also may be able to travel through time. Now, I can’t guarantee that you’ll have a time-traveling companion as attractive as her, or him, or her, or him (ignore him; not really attractive), but you won’t know unless you buy it. Will you? Will you? WILL YOU?

Click here to read all ten reason, they’ll certainly make you laugh.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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