William Bradshaw has been trapped on the world of Other Place as King of the Goblins for an entire year, no small accomplishment! In that time he’s beaten the army of Kervol Ket, destroyed the dreaded Staff of Skulls and most recently buried the immortal madmen of the Eternal Army. He’s also managed to keep from being driven mad by his short, stupid and mildly crazy goblin followers, who respect him even if they won’t listen to him. Now he faces a greater challenge, matrimony. Lydia Lajcak of the Fairy Godmothers has arrived in the Kingdom of the Goblins to find Will a wife. It turns out that being broke and in charge of a nation of idiots isn’t the relationship killer Will thought it was. Lydia isn’t taking no for an answer, and she’s got seventy clients eager to meet Will and desperate enough to put up with his goblins. Is marital bliss in Will’s future?
But the search for true love takes a turn for the worse when an assassin attacks Will and Lydia. More assassins follow, each one more deadly than the last and sent by Quentin Peck, the richest man on Other Place. Peck has killers, mercenaries, magic weapons, golems, lawyers and the home court advantage when Will tracks him to the city of Nolod. Will is determined to win or go down fighting with his enthusiastic fire scepter, countless goblins, troll bodyguards, magic mirror and Lydia.
Now if he only knew why Peck wants him dead.
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Arthur Daigle was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. He received a degree in biology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, which sounded like a good idea at the time. This led to work as a zoo intern at Brookfield Zoo, an assistant fisheries biologist at the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation, and a research assistant at Morton Arboretum. Most recently he’s been employed grading high school essay tests and garden associate (yeah, the job market is that bad). In addition to writing, Arthur is an avid gardener and amateur artist.
Arthur is the author (no jokes, please, he’s heard them all) of five books. These include William Bradshaw King of the Goblins, William Bradshaw and a Faint Hope, William Bradshaw and War Unending, William Bradshaw and Fool’s Gold and Goblin Stories. These books were almost inevitable given that the author has been a fan of science fiction and fantasy since he was old enough to walk. Major influences include the works of the puppeteer and filmmaker Jim Henson and the British artist Brian Froud. Expect more books in the Will Bradshaw series, as all attempts to stop Arthur from writing have failed.