Rise of the Monkey Lord

Rise of the Monkey Lord Bob is a weary copy shop manager with a secret shame He is being chased by a thousand angry monkeys A man with his face wants him to help take over the world Author Jay Smith spins a darkly comedic ta
  • Title: Rise of the Monkey Lord
  • Author: Jay Smith
  • ISBN: 9780976449416
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rise of the Monkey Lord
    Bob is a weary copy shop manager with a secret shame He is being chased by a thousand angry monkeys A man with his face wants him to help take over the world Author Jay Smith spins a darkly comedic tale of adventure and RPG fantasy in a world ruled by a ruthless Monkey Lord.
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    About " Jay Smith "

  • Jay Smith

    Jay Smith is an award winning author, audio dramatist, and podcaster responsible for the acclaimed audio horror series HG World and the pulp super heroine radio serial Hidden Harbor Mysteries Jay s other works include the short story collection Seven til Sunrise, the gamer geek satire Rise of the Monkey Lord, and the upcoming how to book Anatomy of an Audio Drama Jay appears on various podcasts including Behind the Screams, The Chronic Rift, and The Batcave Podcast Jay holds a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Seton Hill University and lives in Central PA with his wife, kids, and a neurotic sneaky weirdo polydactyl cat.

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  • This is a book which was written for children of the 60 s, 70 s, and 80 s most notably those whose experience included a much maligned, yet thoroughly addictive obsession called Role Playing games If you have never played a table top RPG and no, MMORPG s do not count , you will likely neither understand the references nor derive the nuanced message at the heart of this book That would be a shame, because the message is profound.Jay Smith asks, What if none of it was ever real , and he asks it th [...]


  • Jay s book reminds me of a cross between Clerks and DD I have never have read a work where character descriptions are so vivid, you can easily imagine such a person in your own life Maybe it s because I role play, but this was a great read.




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