Greetings and salutations. It’s November, and that means it’s officially National Novel Writing Month! Along the way, we’re still going to be making some interesting side trips to the Otherworld, and today’s stop is an absolutely bonkers one. If you’re looking for an interesting portal fantasy, The Elf and the Larp will fill that void!
Kipjo K. Ewers has made a name of himself writing sci-fi and superhero stories, but with The Elf and The Larp, he shifts to whimsical fantasy. Ewers develops delightful characters, and the dialog that they share will make you laugh and smile, as their interactions are at the heart of this tale. The denizens of the realm talk about things that would fit right in with contemporary culture, which makes things a little easier when someone from our world ends up in the mystical land of Ferrin, to hilarious effect nonetheless.
In the land of Ferrin, Faylinn, a half-elf/half-orc woman, lives with her mother and works the life of a farmer enduring bigotry and cruelty.
Until one fateful day, she is accidentally saved by a human ranger named Brian in the woods near her home.
The problem is Brian is not a real ranger. He is a live-action role player that was somehow transported to her world.
Can the two solve the mystery of how Brian ended up in Ferrin while avoiding the land’s perils and—most importantly—killing each other?
From the mind of Kipjo K. Ewers comes a comical fantasy tale for the ages.
Find out what happens when fantasy meets roleplay in the Elf and the LARP.
With snappy chats between characters, and a barrel of funny situations, this tale will go by in a breeze. The author’s first fantasy is a charming one, and not one you’ll soon forget. If you’re looking for a quirky, fun fantasy that has its fair share of secrets and mysteries, including an interesting cliffhanger, Ewers has got you covered. Check out The Elf and The Larp on Amazon today!
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