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y separately published work icon Hobgoblin Boots single work   novel   adventure   fantasy  
Is part of Mocklore Chronicles 1998 series - author
Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Hobgoblin Boots
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At the age of thirteen, half-hobgoblin Bounty Fenetre found herself on her own, which was fine by her. There was a cute chainmail number at the smithy's she had her eye one, once she figured out how to fix it so it bared her midriff. Then Ma Fortuna adopted her and she met Luc, her new stepbrother. Four years later, at the age of seventeen, Bounty is older and wiser, and really wants to Seek Her Fortune. She and Luc ambush a hero and steal his armor, because as everyone knows, the first step to becoming a hero is to look like one. The second step is to be recognized as a hero by the world at large, which surprisingly, isn't as hard as it sounds. Mocklore is a land where magic crashes and smashes through the landscape, exploding with abrasive sounds and colors, the ideal place for a clever half-hobgoblin fosterling and a charismatic hero-in-progress to make their names. But what happens when your reputation gets too big for your boots? (Scrybe Press blurb)

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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • New York (State),
      c
      United States of America (USA),
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      Americas,
      :
      Scrybe Press ,
      2004 .
      Extent: 40p.
      ISBN: 9780974834085, 0974834084

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  • Also sound recording.
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