The Reluctant Swordsman
Wallie Smith can feel the pain. He goes to the hospital and remembers the doctors and the commotion, but when he wakes up it all seems like a dream. However, if that was a dream, how do you explain waking up in another body and in another world? Little Wallie finds himself in the physique of a... show more
Wallie Smith can feel the pain. He goes to the hospital and remembers the doctors and the commotion, but when he wakes up it all seems like a dream. However, if that was a dream, how do you explain waking up in another body and in another world? Little Wallie finds himself in the physique of a barbarian swordsman, accompanied by both an eccentric priest babbling about the Goddess and a voluptuous slave girl. Is this a rude awakening or a dream come true? What in the world will Wallie do now that he has found himself stranded in a strange realm? Well, it just so happens that the Goddess is in need of a swordsman. It will not be easy, but if he succeeds he will have everything he wants. If he does not, things could get ugly. Wallie is reluctant but sees his chance. If only he had the faintest clue as to the adventure he is about to unleash! If only he could imagine the forces that will be out to vanquish him!
Publish date: 2014-04-29
Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Pages no: 321
Edition language: English
Series: Seventh Sword (#1)
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I enjoyed this one very much,it was kind of a change of pace for me as I've been reading mainly drama/action books, and this one made me a laugh a little. This book follows a guy who has died in our world and get transported into the body of the greatest swordsman in an alternate world where your s...
A great series, fast-paced and the setting is laced with enough detail to keep things interesting. The stratified social hierarchy, the strict measures that enforce and perpetuate it and our protagonist's, Wally Smith, reactions to it are well thought out but is never heavy-handed. Great for people ...