So what is exactly is Magnus Opum? You might think of it as a slightly skewed epic fantasy - Tolkien with a twist. It’s a fantasy story for people who don’t generally read fantasy stories, but it’s also a fantasy story for people who do. And like any good fantasy story, it's full of adventures and sword fights and all sorts of derring-do. But it's also full of laughs and unexpected surprises. Not to mention a fair share of silly poems.
Readers have already described Magnus Opum as “totally magical, brimming with imagination and fantasy, and entertaining from start to finish,” and, “a master work of both parody AND satire rolled into an easy-to-read family-friendly story.” Comparisons have been made with Lewis Carroll and Terry Pratchett.
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