Mulrox and the Malcognitos
No one who had a choice lived near the edge of the woods—only the oddballs and outcasts. And Yahgurkin’s grotesque garden and Mulrox’s rambling hodgepodge of a home were the weirdest of the lot.
Plot & Premise
With grand ambitions to become an epic poet, Mulrox is painfully aware that his amateur scribblings can’t compete. Bad ideas are the last thing he needs with a high-stakes contest to prepare for, so when a plague of them arrive at his doorstep, Mulrox is determined to be swiftly rid of the magical Malcognitos.
Things to Love
~the wise and true toad
~a frustrated poet
A wonderful read for anyone with writerly aspirations, Mulrox and the Malcognitos is a word nerd’s paradise, an encouragement to frustrated creatives, and a flight of fancy sure to sweep even the most reluctant readers away on an adventure.
This quest-style story and its cast of non-human characters will undoubtedly appeal to D&D players and voracious Fantasy readers looking for an imaginative world to get lost in.
Fans of Mulrox and the Malcognitos may also enjoy:
- Where the Woods Grow Wild by Nate Philbrick for its unique woodland setting, inhuman characters, and quest format.
- Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine for its inconvenient magic, ogres, and misfit main character.
- The Mark of the Dragonfly by Jaleigh Johnson for its vivid Fantasy world, unlikely friendships, and perilous adventure.
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