Who Is 4 a Treasure
Who Is 4 a Treasure
by Bryan Haggerty
What do you get if you put an incompetent inventor, a warrior woman, a librarian 4th class and a semi-visible pickpocket together. You could try, but you’ll find it easier if you just read this book to find out.
In truth this is not really the story of a treasure hunt, although there is one on these pages. Nor is it the tale of four incompetent friends blundering from one misadventure into another hopeless situation; although you may be forgiven for thinking so. Oh no, this is a tale about luck. With a lost treasure and a useless map our four adventures are going to need all the luck they can find. Technically they only want good luck, but they find themselves taking allsorts of the stuff.
Set in a world where anything can happen, does and then asks for a refund, you know you’re in for a few surprises and a host of laughs.
“A real page turner with the humor of Terry Pratchet and Douglas Adams. The adventure of JRR Tolkin and J.K Rowling. The characterization of someone who has cool characters. This book is all that, only better.” Someone who read it.
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I was very puzzled and curious about the pattern of spelling mistakes in this very amusing and entertaining work. My only sensible speculation was that they were the (a) the result of someone with a very strange, thick accent recording a story on a tape that was then sent to a typing service, or, (b) someone reading a story into a very sophisticated, but imperfect, voice-recognition computer. ‘Quite’ was always spelt ‘quiet’, ‘than’ was almost always spelt ‘then’, and so on. The quaint spelling system made reading the very good book a very bizarre experience. (Always spelt ‘bazaar’.)
This could be a very readable fantasy but the author after putting all that work into writing this work chose ‘Micro Soft Auto Correct’ so there are no mispelled words but the incorrect substitution of words and the incomplete sentenses, the dropped thoughts make reading this work a real drag. This needs to be proof read by someone that is capable of correcting the English and context like the regular publishing houses do before they go to the expense of printing a book.