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Holymoly

By: Heide Goody,Iain Grant
Narrated by: Matthew Lloyd Davies
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Summary

Stephen and his friends spent their teenage years immersed in the fantasy gaming worlds of wizards and warriors, undertaking quests to fight evil occultists, vanquish terrible monsters, and rescue damsels in distress.

Now, 20-something years later, there is a real-life quest. Life as a monk has hardly prepared Brother Stephen for the mission ahead. Demon Rutspud is definitely not a damsel, but he is in distress. The evil occultists are real and if Stephen doesn’t rescue Rutspud from a fate worse than death, no one will...

Sword-wielding Satanists, stir crazy demons, super-smart squirrels, magical garbage, and a suitcase that cannot be stopped run riot in a story about the bonds of friendship and dark deeds in suburban cellars.

©2018 Heide Goody and Iain Grant (P)2020 Heide Goody and Iain Grant

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Enjoyable yarn

Not many appearances by clovenhoof but still a well written entertaining story. The backstories of the freinds make logical sense. Funny, sad, with a short but otherwise happy ending :) the narrator suits the writing and makes it a joy to listen to

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  • Mckinney Waterfield
  • 07-04-21

A kickass distraction from pandemic life

This series is so easy to lean into with one earbud in while I parent small people through this odd time. Delightful and fun, each book offers a pleasant twist. I’ve always wanted to get to know Lennox more (I STILL want to know how he can see Clovenhoof), and I delighted in getting the boy band together for a Goonies style reunion. Just excellent, good, fun.

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  • sarah wynns
  • 27-06-22

great series.

this series would be an incredible sitcom. I can actually see it. at least 4 seasons..

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  • Cynthia Roman
  • 30-04-22

Enjoyed the story but missed the mains

It was an enjoyable story, but I was hoping it would be a way for the authors to bring the cast of characters together. Overall worth a listen.

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  • ZenMuppet
  • 30-03-22

Excellent, even without Jeremy

Would I have liked Jeremy to be featured a bit more in this one? Sure, but that would be a plot short-cut, considering the primary storyline. This book is great just the way it is, and gives us a nice back story for several of the secondary / tertiary characters. Well done.
My old complaint is that the narrator’s voice for the Sutton Coldfield characters tend to bleed together and are uniformly whiny, regardless of age.