exploits of Ebenezum by Craig Shaw Gardner

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Published by N. Doubleday in Garden City, N.Y .

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Other titlesMalady of magicks., Multitude of monsters., Night in the Netherhells.
StatementCraig Shaw Gardner.
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Pagination437 p. ;
Number of Pages437
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Open LibraryOL17578204M
OCLC/WorldCa17223539

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The Exploits of Ebenezum book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Book club edition () reprinting A Malady of Magiks, A /5. The Exploits of Ebenezum: A Malady of Magicks, A Multitude of Monsters, and A Night in the Netherhells [Craig Shaw Gardner, Walter Velez] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Exploits of Ebenezum: A Malady of Magicks, A Multitude of Monsters, and A /5(7). The Exploits of Ebenezum. by Craig Shaw Gardner (Author), Walter Velex (jacket) (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" /5(4). There was a spate exploits of Ebenezum book "funny fantasy" series back then (Myth Adventures and Discworld come to mind instantly) and the Exploits of Ebenezum was just another lesser-known contribution to the genre.

The story is amusing enough, but it has no real depth. The characters are interesting but they all /5(8). Craig Shaw Gardner's Ebenezum novels are about the funniest fantasy novels around. Finally the first three are out as e-books, sporting the same delightful covers as the original paperbacks.

I can't imagine a better way to spend a few hours than with Ebenezum, the wizard who has become allergic to magic, and his hapless assistant Wuntvor.4/5(37). Exploits of Ebenezum, The VG+. ACE Books Fantasy Novels ACE Books Exploits of Ebenezum, The (VG+).

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1) by Craig Shaw Gardner, FebruaryPenguin Putnam~mass edition, in English. The Exploits of Ebenezvm/Ebenezum (A Malady of Magicks, A Multitude of Monsters, A Night in the Netherhells) Hardcover – January 1, by Craig Shaw Gardner (Author) › Visit Amazon's Craig Shaw Gardner Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. /5(3). The Exploits of Ebenezum is a very funny book in which the great wizard Ebenezum, along with his bumbling apprentice, embarks on a great quest to the city of Vushta to cure Ebenezum’s allergy to magic.

Because of his allergy, when he comes into the presence of magic- exploits of Ebenezum book when he tries to cast a spell- he sneezes uncontrollably. Series: Exploits of Ebenezum. Series by cover: Works (4) Titles: Order: A Malady of Magicks by Craig Shaw Gardner: 1: A Multitude of Monsters by Craig Shaw Gardner: 2: A Night in the NetherHells by Craig Shaw Gardner: 3: The Exploits of Ebenezum by Craig Shaw Gardner: Omnibus Series Information Translate Series Title.

German: Dutch. The Great Wizard Ebenezum hadn't meant to conjure up the Demon Guxx from the Netherhells; he was simply illustrating a few of the finer points of sorcery for his youthful apprentice, Wuntvor. But there was Guxx all the same, flashing razor-sharp teeth and dagger-like claws, and - even worse - spouting such awful rhymes as " Guxx Unfufadoo is my Author: Craig Shaw Gardner.

Science Fiction Book Club number on back cover of book jacket: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: A malady of magicks --A multitude of monsters --A night in the Netherhells. Other Titles: Malady of magicks.

Multitude of monsters. Night in the Netherhells. Exploits of Ebenezvm: Responsibility: by Craig Shaw Gardner. More. aka The Exploits of Ebenezum A Malady of Magicks (The Ebenezum Trilogy, #1), A Multitude Of Monsters (The Ebenezum Trilogy, #2), A Night in the Netherh Author: Craig Shaw Gardner.

The Exploits of Ebenezum is the Omnibus name for trilogy of comedic satire Heroic Fantasy novels, written by Craig Shaw individual books are A Malady of Magicks, A Multitude of Monsters, and A Night in the were followed by a sequel trilogy, The Wanderings of Wuntvor.

Despite the name, the most important character in the series is not the titular mage, but his newly. ''The Exploits of Ebenezum'' is the {{Omnibus}} name for trilogy of comedic satire HeroicFantasy novels, written by Creator/hawGardner.

The individual books are ''A Malady of Magicks'', ''A Multitude of Monsters'', and ''A Night in the Netherhells''. They were followed by a sequel trilogy, ''Literature. The series was originally published in the US by Ace in andwith the first book, A Malady of Magicks, reprinted three times in The series was collected in an hardback omnibus volume titled The Exploits of Ebenezum for the Science Fiction Book Club in All the US covers were by Walter Valez.

The conclusion to The Exploits of Ebenezum trilog was as lame as the first two books. Fortunately, they were short. A few good lines every now and then doesn't make up for mediocre parody/5(13). Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one.

Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. (EXPLOITS OF EBENEZUM, BK. 1) By Craig Shaw Gardner *Mint* - A MALADY OF MAGICKS (EXPLOITS OF EBENEZUM, BK.

1) By Craig Shaw Gardner *Mint* $ Free shipping. Compare similar products. Craig Shaw Gardner (born July 2, ) is an American author, best known for producing fantasy parodies similar to those of Terry Pratchett.

He was also a member of the Swordsmen and Sorcerers' Guild of America (SAGA), a loose-knit group of Heroic Fantasy authors founded in the s, some of whose works were anthologized in Lin Carter's Flashing Swords.

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Ebenezum lived, cursed by Guxx with a mighty curse that he should henceforth be allergic to Ebenezum and his hapless apprentice Wuntvor must journey to the City of Forbidden Delights to seek a cure.

They find the road fraught with peril and dark magic, from tap-dancing dragons to enchanted chickens, slobbering trolls, winsome witches /5(3). The Exploit Youths Fellowship, ZION Chapel Suleja.

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The exploits of Ebenezum by Craig Shaw Gardner In the conclusion of the Ebenezum trilogy, the wizard Ebenezum and his hapless apprentice, Wuntvor, must do everything in their power to save Vushta, City of Forbidden Delights, from Guxx, the rhyming demon (Book) 14 editions published.

The Wanderings of Wuntvor is the Omnibus name for a trilogy of comedic satire Heroic Fantasy novels written by Craig Shaw individual books are A Difficulty with Dwarves, An Excess of Enchantments, and A Disagreement with to another trilogy, The Exploits of Ebenezum.

The Exploits of Ebenezum (New York: Nelson Doubleday/Science Fiction Book Club, ) [omni of the above three: name spelt "Ebenezvm" on cover but correct on title page: Ebenezum and Wuntvor: Ebenezum: pb/Walter Velez] The Ebenezum Trilogy (Toronto, Ontario: Mystique Books, ) [vt of the above: Ebenezum and Wuntvor: Ebenezum: pb/] Ebenezum.

The Exploits of Ebenezum (includes all three novels), Nelson Doubleday (Garden City, NY), "WUNTVOR" SERIES A Difficulty with Dwarves, Ace (New York, NY),   A Multitude Of Monsters (The Exploits of Ebenezum, Bk. 2) by Craig Shaw Gardner 1 edition - first published in Download DAISY. Borrow Listen.

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The Exploits of Ebenezum copies, 1 review. A Bad Day for Ali Baba copies. Dragon Waking copies, 1 review. Wishbringer copies, 2 reviews. Craig Shaw Gardner's book Mister October, An Anthology in Memory of Rick Hautala was available from LibraryThing Early Reviewers.

The Ebenezum Trilogy. A Malady of Magicks () A Multitude of Monsters () A Night in the Netherhells () The Exploits of Ebenezum (omnibus) The Ballad of Wuntvor. A Difficulty with Dwarves () An Excess of Enchantments () A Disagreement with Death () The Wanderings of Wuntvor (omnibus).

Book Two of “The Dragon Circle”. * *An Excess of Enchantments (Ace X, Jul ’88 [Jun ’88], $, pp, pb) [Wuntvor] Humorous fantasy novel, second in the “Ballad of Wuntvor” series, the sequels to the “Ebenezum” trilogy.

Craig Shaw Gardner is a fantasy author whose early work is similar to Terry Pratchett's Discworld fantasy parodies. Most famous for his comic fantasy series about Ebenezum (The Exploits of Ebenezum), a wizard cursed with an allergy to magic and his apprentice Wuntvor (The Wanderings of Wuntvor), "The Eternal Apprentice", Gardner has also written more serious fantasy work and more recently has.

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Charles L. Grant, Doubleday * A Multitude of Monsters, (n.) New York: Ace Sep The Exploits of Ebenezvm, SFBC * A Night in the Netherhells. Description The Ebenezum Trilogy By Craig Shaw Gardner. A MALADY OF MAGICKS “Guxx Unfufadoo is my name. And killing wizards is my game!” Thus spoke the dreaded rhyming demon, come from the Netherhells, to munch a bunch of the great it didn’t quite work out that way.

The Ebenezum Trilogy, Book 1 By: Craig Shaw Gardner Narrated by: Fred Goya Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins Unabridged Overall 4 out of 5 stars 26 Performance.

Wuntvor is the true hero of these stories; Ebenezum, although starting out as a major character, becomes a "bit player" by the third book. These stories are easily read and enjoyed by people of any age; the thigh-slapping one-liners are scattered liberally through the stories, and even the puns are good-natured enough to be non-groaners.

Star Wars: Exploits Of Han Solo Trilogy Box (1st Softcover Ed.) By Brian Daley. Condition is Good. See image, the first book is missing it’s front cover. Other than that, all books are in good condition, as is the slipcase included.

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As the dispute rages, war is imminent. That’s a problem, because even though Ankh-Morpork is a rich city, the money is owned by the people.And then a rather wtf hysterical parody of Lord of the Rings in the second book called The Woad to Wuin.

Might not be for everyone, but I enjoyed it. level 2. aproposcrouse. It's an older series, but I enjoyed the Exploits of Ebenezum when I was a teen.

Really great slapstick humor. level 1. ChrisKellen.

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