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Publisher's Summary

Volume 1 of The Hungering Saga
A man is not great because he is a good man. A great man can be good, evil, or any shade of gray in between. A great man is a man who sees the world around him, and changes it to suit him, instead of letting it change him to suit itself. Lowin Fenly didn't want to be a hero, and he never thought of being a villain, but sometimes the path that must be walked by great men leads to dark places. Body twisted by dark magic, the scribe-turned-Knight must learn to control the beast he is becoming, or risk losing the few remnants of humanity he clings to.
©2012 Heath Pfaff (P)2014 Heath Pfaf
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5 out of 5 stars
By Nichole on 06-25-14

Truly, how noble are each and every one of us?

Would you consider the audio edition of The Noble Fool to be better than the print version?

I personally have a lot of drive time on my hands and prefer audio books to print.

What did you like best about this story?

It is a true fantasy with right and wrong so razor close to each other you question what you would do if forced into this dark world. Once you believe you know that "yes" this is the right thing, the good thing, the noble thing to are faced with another moral choice that could alter yours and everyone's future. Lots of action with great imagery. I wish I could see these characters with my own eyes!

What does Paul J. McSorley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He breathes life into each and every uniquely written character. He makes you care, love and hate all at the same time with his voice. He is very easy to listen to and keeps the story flowing at the right pace throughout the entire book. I never felt rushed or felt as if there was a lack for the slower parts of the book to get on with. Perfect! I'm ready for book 2 McSorley!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Being Noble is no fools journey!

Any additional comments?

Well done Heath Pfaff!

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6 of 7 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By HEHawkes on 06-17-14

Thought provoking story set in a dark world

The Noble Fool is a book that makes you question what it means to be honorable, noble, and if there are ever undisputed good deeds. What if the price of a good deed is that you'll have to preform another deed so dark and terrible that the villain of your own story wont do it? What role do physical intimacies play in love, in friendship, and in the darkness of this world? The Noble Fool is a knights tale, but it features characters that lay all across the spectrum of dark and light, and the story makes no promises about which side is the right one.

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