(Guest Review) Prelude to a Hero by Jaime Buckley

Title: Prelude to a Hero

Author: Jaime Buckley
Publisher: On The Fly Publications
Format: ebook
Publication Date: May 27, 2011
Overall: 4/5 
Source: From author for review.
Wendell is a young man who learns what his potential is while on a strange, enchanted world with a funny old wizard and ugly troll to mentor and guide him. Prelude to a Hero, the debut book about how Wendell came to be the one expected to save an entire world. . . by accident.
 Pam’s Review:
Great storyline, Jamie Buckley creates a beautiful world with wonderful descriptions. You actually feel like you are on the new planet and can see it clearly in your mind. The characters are so awesome. You have the storyteller who is very funny, Wendell the loser, High Elders the blue people from the new planet, Evan who is Wendell’s best friend, and Kyliene a girl on the new planet.

Wendell is a nerdy nobody who gets kidnapped to a new planet. He is told by the High Elder that he is a hero and must accept it. Wendell doesn’t think he has what it take to be a hero. He meets Kyliene on the new planet and they become great friends. She helps him see the new world through her eyes. The evil one appears and a disaster happens. Wendell now has to choice if he wants to be a hero or go back to earth.
Good story, I hadn’t read any sci-fi fantasy books before but this one sucked me in. My favorite line was from the storyteller “Some will say this is nothing but a tale of fiction. Let them think as they will. After all…I can’t fix stupid.” I actually gasped once while reading this book.
I recommend this novel to anyone who likes fantasy or sci-fi.
**Please Note: This review is an honest opinion and no monetary compensation was received.**
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Reviewed By: Pam Perkins Mandigo