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An award for Tales from Gundarland
Sunday, September 05, 2010  9:28:00 AM

by Hank Quense



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Tales from Gundarland won a medal in the Readers Favorite competition in the scifi/fantasy category.

The Readers Favorite review can be read here.

At the same time, book reviewers are raving about the collection.  Fran Lewis, an independent review wrote in part, "Welcome to Gundarland, a unique place filled with humans, dwarfs, yuks, elves.  . . you'll want to read this outstanding, hysterical, humorous, creative and wildly funny novel by author Hank Quense. Buy the book and you'll get your very own gold passport to visit this wonderful place.  Hank Quense is the master of humor, satire and hilarity in this great book filled with magic, wizards, humans, and many races and, of course, some zany characters that I hope he brings back in his next book." 

Lois Henderson, a reviewer for the Bookpleasures site wrote in part: "This delightful collection of six short stories and two novellas is set in the mythical realm of Gundarland on a planet named Gundar, which, according to Quense, was named after “the omniscient god who accidentally created the universe with an explosive sneeze caused by snorting a larger-than-average dose of His favorite recreational powder. . . . A few of the tales are under ten pages, while the others vary substantially in length. All of them, however, are side-splittingly funny, and, if you enjoy the writings of Terry Pratchett, you should enjoy these too. Quense’s irreverent take on the world of fantasy is most amusing, I find, when he describes the relationships between fellow characters and between man and beast. 

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