Beanstalk

beanstalkfrontcoverJack Farris doesn’t want to save the world, just every person he knows, encounters, or hears of.

It’s a bit of an issue.

S. Grey doesn’t want to save anyone but himself. He wants to know everything and majoring in sagework at the Academy is the best way to do that.

Laney Jones left her home to avoid the constraints there, only to find different barriers holding her back at the Academy. Eager to learn, to excel, to escape, she has far from given up.

Rupert Willington Jons Hammerfeld the Seventh would just like everything to be orderly, thank you very much, but it seems the only way to make monsters and myths (and malicious but mundane men) to stop rampaging through his world is to go out and do some hero-ing himself.

They are put together as an unwilling study group, but they become something more.

Read a free ebook of Beanstalk here:
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Buy a physical copy here.

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Beanstalk is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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4 thoughts on “Beanstalk

  1. Thank you. Thank you for giving me Grey, and Jack, and Laney, and Rupert, and Red, and Leaf, and Sez and Sally-Anne too. Thank you for making me excited to read again. Thank you for giving me a story to get lost in. Thank you for getting me to stay up until 2 A.M. because I kept telling myself “just one more chapter” until I couldn’t stay awake any longer. Thank you for so much more than I can begin to try and explain. Thank you. Thank you.

  2. This was, genuinely, such a wonderful, wonderful novel. It’s rare that I manage to read something that manages to have both an incredible and moving writing style, and lovable characters that I connected to. I loved them all, from their unique and diverse personalities to their individual ticks. It felt real.
    Anyway, I’m sorry that I can’t be more eloquent for this, but I just felt that I had to say something about this incredible, amazing piece of writing. I’m sorry for rambling!

  3. I loved this book so much I haven’t been able to pick up another book yet. It feels like ages since I’ve read a book with such well rounded characters and tangible friendships. Thank you so much for making Beanstalk a free ebook. Once I have a bit of money I’m going to buy the physical copies of all the League and Legend books for sure. 🙂

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