How to Rescue a Dead Princess
by Jeff Strand
From the creative genius who would have brought you Hamlet, The Scarlet Letter, and a less-boring Moby Dick (if he’d been born on time) comes this outrageous comic fantasy. It’s a tale filled with so much adventure, so much excitement, so much vocabulary, that all who read it will suffer a fit of giddiness that will freak out everyone in their general vicinity.
It’s the saga of Randall, a squire assigned to escort the lovely Princess Janice on a diplomatic journey of utmost importance. Then she gets killed. Now Randall must overcome desperate odds and ridiculous dangers in his quest to bring her back to life…before the entire Generic Fantasy Land falls into the evil clutches of The Dark One!
Packed to the bursting point with unrestrained silliness (so be sure to hold it a safe distance from your face when reading), How to Rescue a Dead Princess is the novel all the really cool people are reading this year, an epic fantasy for your family to cherish approximately forever.
“A delightfully ridiculous spoof…well plotted, imaginative, and just a bit twisted. How to Rescue a Dead Princess is your ticket to inspired foolishness.”
“Be prepared to laugh harder than you have in a very long time! This talented author will have you laughing from cover to cover.”
“Very highly recommended. Jeff Strand has a wonderfully sharp wit…basically, he does everything right. Go buy the book. Do it now.”
“I have never laughed so hard over a book as I have with this one.”
“Who cares about fully developed characters and smooth transitions? This man is a comedic genius! Jeff Strand is setting a new precedent for writers of comedy. HOW TO RESCUE A DEAD PRINCESS is pure wonder.”
“Jeff Strand still holds the title of being the sickest author I know! I dare anyone to read this story and while in a mad or blue mood and remain that way by its end. TOO FUNNY TO IGNORE! Highly recommended!”
“One of those books that has to be read to be believed. All I can say is: Jeff Strand should be arrested for writing addictive works–maybe I should write my congressman (if Jeff is incarcerated, he will have more time to write).”