“Our guests smell of weary, dearest brother,” said the Female Seer Twin as she stirred the contents of a pot upon the stove.
“Weary dearies,” he responded. He took a great sniff of Truman’s head – they’d circled him like sharks since he’d entered their house.
“Indeed,” Truman said awkwardly. Arthry and Tyro both followed the brother with their eyes. There was something very off-putting about him. No, Truman decided. Everything was off-putting about him. Continue reading Chapter 8: Truman Gets Incestuous
No luxury was worth the tedium of adventure, he was realizing more and more. Truman longed for alcohol, bland food, and a lifetime of boredom. And more alcohol. Continue reading Chapter 7: Truman has a Fight With a Crippled Child
“Try not to move too much.” Truman looked up and almost screamed. A talking houseplant on a stool, dangling and swaying, spoke to him in soothing tones from beside the bed. Continue reading Chapter 6: Truman Wakes Up Dead
Truman broke through the clouds face-first. Hundreds of feet below, he could see green land. As he got closer and closer to the world beneath him, he saw that this land was a forest, with a lake in the distance. This was the forest next to Kingdomia, which provided the Kingdomians with wood for fires … Continue reading Chapter 5: Truman Meets a God
Truman wasn’t sure how to react. The princess’s request was treason. Was Lionel really her knight in shining armor, or was she just using him to escape her royal life? Surely she knew the penalty for doing what she asked. Continue reading Chapter 4: Truman Stares Into the Face of Pure Evil
“Sir Lionel?” he asked with a suspicious squint at Truman’s nametag. “Is … is that you?” Continue reading Chapter 3: Truman Becomes a Hero
“And if you see Rufus, be sure to kick his fat ol’ arse!” Continue reading Chapter 2: Truman Goes Shopping