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Summerhill Hounds (First Quest) [Paperback]

Robert J. King


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When the Summerhill keep falls to an enemy and all its men are carried off into captivity, it is up to the dogs of the keep--mutts, terriers, pets, shepherds, mastiffs, and more--to rescue their masters from their captors. Original.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Quite an exquisite book! 5 July 1997
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This book describes magic well. I think everyone should enjoy this book! If you like orgres, or dogs, it would be an exciting bok for you
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1.0 out of 5 stars If you like ogres, or dogs... 29 Nov 2008
By Jonathan C. Pike - Published on Amazon.com
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... as does the only other reviewer for this book (which in itself should tell you something of the book's quality), then there are still endlessly better uses of your time than to read Summerhill Hounds. The cover art, sadly unavailable, depicts a large dog apparently vomitting fire on a poorly drawn orc / ogre, as simian-like shadowy figures run around in the background paiting pictures on cave walls with yet more fire-vomit. If this book has not yet been obliterated, and you are considering buying it, please think again, regardless of how much you like ogres, or dogs.
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