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Few Are Chosen, K'Barthan Series: Part 1
by M T McGuire

Meet The Pan of Hamgee: coward, unwilling adventurer and, by some miracle, K’Barth’s longest surviving outlaw. When he unwittingly sets himself on a collision path with K’Barth’s despot ruler, adventure, not to mention trouble, look certain.

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Here's what some independent reviewers say...

'Genuinely brilliant.
I have read a lot. I loved Douglas Adams' hitchhikers guide trilogy and nothing since has come anywhere near close until now. I am taken by surprise and was awaiting disappointment and didn't even expect to finish the book but this is a brilliant adventure with characters that I loved and believed. Thank you.' -
Paul Roddis on Amazon, 26 December 2015

Lighthearted, hilarious and impossible to put down.
'Filled with great characters and a plot that cant be beaten. The Pan of Hamgee is a lovable coward and a realist in a unreal world, which pits him against everyone he comes across, no matter how much he tries to avoid them.
Its a great introduction to what Im sure is a great series. I wouldnt be surprised if there wasnt a movie deal in the works.' - Jeremy on Amazon, 17 April 2018

Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and now M. T. McGuire.
'The UK has another excellent SF/Fantasy Comedy Author, if you enjoyed the work of Adams and Pratchett - then get this book, you will love it.' - Greame Rodaughan on Amazon, 29 June 2016

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