The Wizard's Fortress : The Adventures of Benjamin Crosse

  • by Rain Oxford, A. M. Oxford
  • Narrated by Evan Harris
  • Series: The Adventures of Benjamin Crosse
  • 1 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With a growing band of oddball friends, Ben's adventures escalate in strange and uproarious ways. He must complete an unknown quest before he has any chance of getting home. Weirdness and danger abound, and there is still no pizza!
So continues the hilarious misadventures of down-to-earth Benjamin Crosse, who will travel to different worlds and discover what his new destiny entails. This is part two of an ongoing episodic adventure.

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Fun and entertaining adventure!

I should first state that this is part two of the series and I have not listened to part one. So for me the story seemed to be already set in motion and I may have been missing some vital plot points.

Even though I missed part one I found it highly entertaining and very much love the way the author creates characters and twists in his plot.

Really the randomness of the story is incredibly appealing. I found myself both laughing and deeply engaged in the storyline. I also very much liked the narration. Great work on characters invoices.

If I was to have any suggestion for the author at all it would be to simply add a quick recap at the beginning for those who were unfortunate like me and came into the story on the second episode.

Overall very entertaining! I was given this audiobook free of charge in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.
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- The Raven

What a Fun Story!

This installment of Benjamin Crosse is absolutely delightful. With his companion Figstick, Benjamin makes new friends (my favorite is Bob the vegetarian vampire), journeys to the land of Ooze to meet a wonderful wizard, encounters a dragon that farts fire, gets a magic staff and learns that he must defeat a powerful sorcerer. (Oops, perhaps I'm giving too many spoilers.) The story had me giggling constantly and the narrator did a super job bringing it to life. I especially liked all the allusions to L. Frank Baum's classic tale. The young Dora with her headless teddy bear Tofu was an especially nice touch. (Can't wait to see who or what she will eat in the next episode). Excellently written...just not long enough. I wanted more.
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- Scott Bennett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-14-2016
  • Publisher: Rain Oxford