Book Review: ‘Hero, Second Class’

If you love to laugh, but tired of the same old trashy humor out there, “Hero, Second Class” is the book for you.
Morgan Busse | Jun 14, 2012 | No comments |

Let me start off by saying this isn’t my usual category of book. I’m usually a more dark, gritty, intense, character driven kind of reader. So when I was given Hero, Second Class to review, I wasn’t sure how much I would like it. After the first few chapters, I was blown away (or maybe laughed away). I loved it!

Hero, Second Class is about a young man named Cyrus Solburg who is apprenticed to Crimson Slash. Between P.L.O.T. Devices, narrating Heroes, and Villain Monologues, Cyrus has a lot to learn before he can become a proper Hero and join the Heroes Guild.

Quick wit and puns run rampant in this book. Imagine Monty Python and the Holy Grail, only clean. If you love to laugh, but tired of the same old trashy humor out there, Hero, Second Class is the book for you.

Morgan L. Busse is passionate about authentic Christianity and shares from her own life her fears and triumphs as a follower of Jesus Christ. The wife of a pastor and a mother to four children, she has plenty of adventures to draw from. Morgan blogs at In Darkness There Is Light. She also writes speculative fiction and in April released her debut book, Daughter of Light, with Marcher Lord Press.

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