The Battle of Ebulon

The Battle of Ebulon Ebulon the last human city is under attack by the largest confederation of orcs ever assembled Against this monstrous force there s little hope of surviving save that their King has a most unique a

  • Title: The Battle of Ebulon
  • Author: Shane Porteous Walter Rhein Vanna Smythe Neil Shooter R.M. McDaniel Kaine Andrews Brandon Ellis L. Blankenship
  • ISBN: 9781301524884
  • Page: 160
  • Format: None
  • Ebulon, the last human city, is under attack by the largest confederation of orcs ever assembled Against this monstrous force, there s little hope of surviving save that their King has a most unique ability Knowing that his brave troops cannot protect his city on their own, he calls for aid across all worlds, desperately hoping that his pleas for help don t fall on deEbulon, the last human city, is under attack by the largest confederation of orcs ever assembled Against this monstrous force, there s little hope of surviving save that their King has a most unique ability Knowing that his brave troops cannot protect his city on their own, he calls for aid across all worlds, desperately hoping that his pleas for help don t fall on deaf ears.Answering the call, heroes from other worlds rally to offer their aid But even with their help, victory is far from assured as the drums of war haunt the air The battle is about to begin.15 authors bring characters from their collective works together in this epic crossover anthology, creating incredible stories of heroism, selflessness and bravery.

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    1. A free eBook full of crossover adventures! Wow! Thanks! I see where many have criticized the typos. Yes, the first story is riddled with them (which I found puzzling since it's author's idea to begin with) but the story itself was quite imaginative. Actually, though many do need some good editing, I found them all quite imaginative with a handful being so entertaining, I've added several new authors and books to my growing horde of, well, authors and books. The stars are given for how much I lik [...]

    2. The concept was pretty cool. A group of fantasy heroes from various different worlds/stories being called to come defend a world on the brink of annihilation.However, the serious lack of professionalism in that many of the chapters were rife with typos, incorrect words used, and ghastly punctuation errors made this very difficult for me to enjoy.Some of the chapters/authors were much better than others.Some of the stories were just ridiculous.Some included content that would be objectionable for [...]

    3. The theme of this anthology is a “crossover event”, characters from other fantasy series writing short stories about a crisis in a different world. This is an interesting endeavor and it works well. The idea deserves additional entries.At the same time, this is a free ebook with no editor or proofreader. The elements of a short story are entirely in the hands of each author: plot, character development, logic, world building, a beginning middle and end, grammar and spelling. Three of these a [...]

    4. My favorites, of the stories: #2 by Walter Rhein#6 by Kaine Andrews#10 by Tom Barczakand #15 by Matt Taylor gets a special mention for being well, read it and see. (Full disclosure: I wrote #8.)

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