Zoth-Avarex’s Escape by K.R.R. Lockhaven

Book Description

In this Pick-Your-Own-Path Experience, you can help Zoth-Avarex the dragon escape from his demi-god master and accumulate the biggest hoard the multiverse has ever seen. Along this path, you will need to guide him past dangers such as a kraken, anthropomorphic sandwiches, love, friendship, and Tom Bombadil.

With eight possible endings, this idiotic ebook companion to the critically acclaimed (no, seriously) novel, The Conjuring of Zoth-Avarex: The Self-Proclaimed Greatest Dragon in the Multiverse, will probably be a pretty fun experience for you. But if not, at least it’s cheap…

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My Review

A short review for a short book!

Death by sandwiches? A literal shitstorm, a happy ending with a princess? These are choices you will have to make for the dragon Zoth-Avarex while reading this “Choose your own adventure” or rather “Pick your own path” story. We first met Zoth-Avarex in his debut “The Conjuring of Zoth-Avarex: the Self-Proclaimed Greatest Dragon in the Multiverse” and this book details what happened to him after that adventure.
This short book would work just as well on its own, and be enjoyable for people who have not yet read the first novel. The dragon is just as delightfully self-serving and sarcastic as before and the same style of witticisms are served up for adults to enjoy. If you loved ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ books as a child you will enjoy revisiting the format here.
Recommended for people who enjoy a light-hearted irreverent tale and like to have some control over the outcome of the story!


About the Author

K.R.R. (Kyle Robert Redundant) Lockhaven writes humorous, fun fantasy books with a pinch of social satire.

He lives with his wife and two sons. Together they conjured a bearded dragon who rules over a hoard of sand and devours crickets by the dozens.

When not writing or raising kids, he works as a firefighter/paramedic.


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