Weredodo Sleuth Review (A Different Kind of Hero Box Set)

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A Different Kind of Hero: A Clean EPIC and URBAN FANTASY CollectionThis box set is created to feature heroes with disabilities that are all unique in their own ways. This short story features a 63-year-old dodo shifter who has chronic memory lapses who has to solve an important mystery.

I have to say, I hate comedy fantasy novels. I absolutely despise them because they seem so cheesy to me. However, this one seemed to have its own sort of charm. Seeing 63-year-old Dotty trying to solve a mystery when she kept forgetting the clues had me laughing all the way through. I felt as if I was watching a story with a semi-human version of Dory from Finding Nemo!

The plot was sweet and clean as advertised, and it was entertaining. I don’t want to spoil too much because it was short, but it was definitely worth the read. The world-building was great for a short story as it explained the entire universe around shifters. There were no editing errors that I noticed.

I would recommend this box set to lovers of fantasy with unique main characters.

I received an advanced copy of this book and this is my voluntary review.

Overall Rating: 5/5

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