"If Knight Terrors had been published within the BritishEmpire, Nicholas Ozment would be knighted by Her Majestythe Queen and served tea and crumpets by the reigning ruler offantastic hi-jinks, Mr. Terry Pratchett himself. The unantithalianOzment delivers (literally; someone else told the tale, he's justthe messenger) grand adventure with artistic aplomb, and thecharacters that populate his pages snap with a fine appreciationof life. Merlin could not hold the tails of Ropespor's robes;Ivanhoe would be Sir Roger's valet; and as for Smoke...well, Puff who? As Terry Pratchett may very well have once said, 'Inthe beginning there was nothing, and it exploded.' I say, anyonewho disagrees is just a bloody stabard."
--Jason M. Waltz, publisher Rogue Blades Entertainment
|Paperback Book, 136 pages||English|
|Ancient Tomes Press (Nov. 15th, 2010)||Unknown|
|9781936021284||9.02 x 6.00 x 0.29 inches|