Beowulf is Back

      Will Shand
Beowulf is Back

Beowulf is back, but for how long? Already on the run, he is drawn into multitude of conspiracies surrounding the French Succession. Pursued by assassins, trolls and a mysterious stranger, Beowulf is drawn into a high stakes game of 'which Louis should be king?' Look out for ambush, intrigue, fast donkey carts, fried chicken, philosophy and true love! Making the dark ages even darker!Beowulf is back, and in deep trouble. Not only are his usual enemies still seeking revenge for the unpleasantness surrounding the destruction of the Biggest Beer Hall Ever Built; now the Pope wants him dead as well. This entangles Beowulf in the complexities and dangers of Holy Gambling and the French Succession crisis (A clear case of too many Louis spoiling the plot!). Without even trying, Beowulf finds himself working for (and against) the French Army, The Church, The Pope, The Britons and the Evil Duke of Jutland (who may just be his Father.) Someone is going to end up King, but which of the Louis, will it be, and how will our hero without a moral compass decide?Throw in a deadly assassin, a mysterious messenger, high stakes poker, spit roasted chicken, a perilous chase in ‘fast’ donkey carts, true love and a philosophical approach to imminent dismemberment and you are ready for the next instalment!
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    Not Quite Beowulf

      Will Shand
Not Quite Beowulf

The truth behind the old legend! The honest story of the King, the Monster and the Hero; the real Beowulf revealed in a tale that puts the darkness back in the dark ages!The truth behind the old legend! The honest story of the King, the Monster and the Hero; the real Beowulf revealed in a tale that puts the darkness back in the dark ages!Colonial King Lars builds his imperialistic Beer Hall on the ancestral swamp of the Trolls causing a conflict that (quite literally) rips apart the feudal world. He is forced to send for the sinister Beowulf in order to defeat his nemesis, the revolutionary Troll, Grendel. Beowulf, however, has plans of his own. As the forces of Man and Nature collide friends and foes are not all they seem. Except for Gareth, the Royal Dog; he is exactly what he seems.Beowulf, Grendel and King Lars battle for control of the Biggest Beer Hall There Has Ever Been; and, although we all think we know the story, the outcome is very far from sure.Beer, Blood, Fire, Death and Danger are all out there as the struggle for power begins!
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