Perseus Middleman: Thaumaturgic Adventurer

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AuthorHouse, Apr 18, 2007 - Humor - 440 pages
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“One pure of heart, barely a man, shall quest for the

 key to the riches of the world. Though he may find

himself amongst the worst of human excesses, and

the gravest of perils might bar his way, he will find

might and magic as his greatest allies.”


Thirteenth Book of Proclamations Chapter 7 Entry 211





Imagine a world where magic not so much reigns but

drips. Imagine learning your craft even though it is

nothing but a dying art. Imagine the epic ocean-going

explorations in search of gold, the precious metal that

all ambition thrives on. Imagine an ancient legacy

waiting to be fulfilled.

Now, top it all off with an unhealthy obsession with

amulets and your upcoming second-year exams.


Welcome to the world of Perseus Middleman.

A rip-roaring, hilarious tale of a young wizard and his

quest for a mythical treasure and the girl of his nightmares.

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About the author (2007)

Perseus Middleman: Thaumaturgic Adventurer is the debut novel from P. Stuart Elliot.

It is based on “The World”, the setting developed for his popular Internet cartoon strip, “The Adventures of Hangin’ Herman” (Available from all good search engines).

When he’s not writing or cartooning, he has the nine-to-five of his day job to concentrate on and when he’s not doing that, there’s the autograph collection or the ever growing pile of DVDs to keep him busy.


He lives on the South coast of England with his wife, two daughters and the ever expanding colony of guinea pigs (the majority of which are also female just to keep the odds stacked against him) 

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