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Book Information: Land of Unreason

Land of Unreason (1941) [Novel]
by L. Sprague de Camp Fletcher Pratt Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Summary (From the publisher):

The elf was drunk to begin with...

Otherwise he would never have kidnapped Fred Barber and dropped him into the Court of King Oberon and Queen Titania.

Barber, a seasoned diplomat, believed only what he saw—but what he was seeing was unbelievable: elves, fairies, sprites, goblins, all matter-of-factly living in a world of spells, curses, and assorted magics.

It was like something out of a children's story—until Barber's quest for a way back to the "real" world of the 20th century unleashed forces of ancient evil that had been lying in wait for him for a long, long time....

Original title: Land of Unreason
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionFantasyHumorous
FictionFantasyAlternate and Parallel Worlds

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Land of Unreason (1941)
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Language: English

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