Unreliable Histories

By Rob Gregson

Comedy & satire | eBook


'Unreliable Histories' is a fantasy comedy in which we discover the answers to some important but seldom asked questions. For example: Who keeps the torches burning in all those long-deserted underground lairs? Why does women's armour always look so suspiciously like fetish-wear ? And why the sudden obsession with avocadoes? In unearthing such vital information, we encounter bandits, mercenaries and the somewhat peculiar theomancers - a mysterious sect whose members can most often be found sneaking into public parks late at night in order to chisel all the naughty bits off statues. However, these are by no means the only desperate perils that await. Wizards, demons and even her own relatives beset young cartographer Myrah as she begins to realise that something in her world is badly amiss. Someone has been changing history and, what's worse, it looks like it might have been her. 'Unreliable Histories' is the first novel in a two part series: 'The Written World.'


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'Unreliable Histories' is a fantasy comedy in which we discover the answers to some important but seldom asked questions. For example: Who keeps the torches burning in all those long-deserted underground lairs? Why does women's armour always look so suspiciously like fetish-wear ? And why the sudden obsession with avocadoes? In unearthing such vital information, we encounter bandits, mercenaries and the somewhat peculiar theomancers - a mysterious sect whose members can most often be found sneaking into public parks late at night in order to chisel all the naughty bits off statues. However, these are by no means the only desperate perils that await. Wizards, demons and even her own relatives beset young cartographer Myrah as she begins to realise that something in her world is badl...


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Rob Gregson spent much of his youth reading fantasy novels, immersing himself in role playing games and generally doing everything possible to avoid life in the real world. In his defence, we're talking about the late 1980s - a time when ridiculous hair, hateful pop music and soaring unemployment were all very popular - so it wasn't altogether a bad decision. However, had he abandoned the realms of elves and wizardry at an earlier age, he might have developed one or two useful life skills and he would almost certainly have found it easier to get a girlfriend. Since that time, he and reality have developed a grudging tolerance of one another although their relationship still goes through the occasional bad patch and his first two novels - Unreliable Histories and The Endless Land - are evidence of that. Rob lives in Lancashire and is married with two children, although he has absolutely no idea why anyone should find that interesting.


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Rob Gregson spent much of his youth reading fantasy novels, immersing himself in role playing games and generally doing everything possible to avoid life in the real world. In his defence, we're talking about the late 1980s - a time when ridiculous hair, hateful pop music and soaring unemployment were all very popular - so it wasn't altogether a bad decision. However, had he abandoned the realms o...


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