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by Wm. Michael Mott

eBook Pulsifer: A Fable epub
  • ISBN: 1424106702
  • Author: Wm. Michael Mott
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: PublishAmerica; 1st edition (January 27, 2006)
  • Pages: 270 pages
  • ePUB size: 1893 kb
  • FB2 size 1627 kb
  • Formats mbr rtf azw lrf


Pulsifer: A Fable is the first volume of The Pulsifer Saga, by Wm. Michael Mott. but he is uproariously entertaining. Meet Calim Pulsifer-thief, rogue, womanizer, and confidence man-and, in spite of having earned the enmity of wizards, warri Pulsifer: A Fable is the first volume of The Pulsifer Saga, by Wm.

Michael Mott is a writer and artist who has five books and many magazine features in print. Pulsifer: A Fable" is an excellent read. Truly original in concept, uproariously funny and totally unapologetic in it's politic incorrectness. He's written about paranormal phenomena; comparative myth, religion and folkore; UFOs; cryptozoology; pulp, adventure, scifi and fantasy fiction; and art and education topics. He's been a guest on in excess of 30 national and icated radio programs, and currently he's one of the co-hosts at Unraveling the Secrets, a weekly program at Paranormal Soup Radio (soupmedianetwork.

As in the first novel, Pulsifer: A Fable, in spite of having earned the enmity of wizards, warriors, and women, Pulsifer is once again his own worst enemy.

Find nearly any book by Wm. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781424106707 (978-1-4241-0670-7) Softcover, PublishAmerica, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'Pulsifer: A Fable'. ISBN 9780985599102 (978-855991-0-2) Softcover, Grave Distractions Publications, 2012.

Michael Mott (Mike to his friends) is a widely-published writer and artist who has five books and many magazine features in print. He's written about paranormal phenomena; comparative myth, religion and folk-lore; UFOs; cryptozoology; pulp, adventure, Sci-Fi and fantasy fiction; and art and education topics. He can be reached through the web site, or at wmmottimorphic.

Michael Mott (Paperback) online at Lulu. This exciting double-novel volume features Mott's lovable rogue in adventures through a future land of ice and snow

Michael Mott (Paperback) online at Lulu. This exciting double-novel volume features Mott's lovable rogue in adventures through a future land of ice and snow.

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Book Collection is a bronze quest in Fable: The Lost Chapters and Fable Anniversary. In Bowerstone South, speak to Mr. Gout, the headmaster of the school, who will tell you that the school's library is in dire need of replenishment, and asks you to donate any books you may have to spare. After each donation, there will be a short cutscene in which he reads the book to the children.

Please purchase the authorized 3rd edition of this book (The Pulsifer Saga Deluxe 3rd Illustrated Edition), from Grave Distractions Publications, instead of this one. The authorized edition is more complete, better priced, and is produced with the author's permission.  This book on this page is being produced in violation of U.S. Copyrights on file, and the Berne Convention.  Thanks --W.M. Mott
Comments: (7)
Ieregr
A great read! In this mythic world of mighty heroes and low humor, karma is an unstoppable force (more than gravity), but you never know how and when you will get yours.

It is high time this book came out. The CD has been travelling from hand to hand and has been highly regarded. The book is actually even better!
Winawel
This is a really good read. The main character is a "rogue" in the model of other literary rogues such as Jack Vance's Cugel the Clever and George Macdonald Fraser's Harry Flashman. Many of his adventures and misadventures are the result of his own machinations. Despite this, I found myself caught up in the story and actually caring about what Pulsifer did or what happened to him, which to me is the mark of a good storyteller.
The fantasy world in which the action takes place is a continent surrounded and threatened by encroaching ice, where magic works, and science has been forgotten. The story is reminiscent of Clark Ashton Smith's Zothique and Jack Vance's The Dying Earth series, high class company indeed, but Mott pulls the whole thing off with his own imagination. I highly recommend this one to anyone who enjoys fantasy and adventure.
Ericaz
For those who enjoyed Michael Mott's nonfiction book, Caverns, Cauldrons, and Concealed Creatures, you will be pleased to know that Mott has not strayed far from some of the concepts in that work in his latest book, Pulsifer: A Fable, the First Novel of Pulsifer the Rogue. Age-old archetypes and folkloric forms are put to use in original and entertaining ways that will keep you wanting more with each turn of the page.

In Pulsifer, Mott has assembled a mass of misfit trolls and wizards and every form of flesh-eating monster one can imagine, and we see them all through the eyes of Calim Pulsifer, a conniving, thieving, fast-talking, scoundrel banished from his homeland, roaming distant lands bent on revenge for those responsible for his abolishment.

Throughout his wanderings, and despite his best laid plans, Pulsifer always seems to wind up in the wrong place at the wrong time, fighting for his life against an assortment of angered women, unscrupulous wizards, reptilian-like beasts, and bizarre human forms.

Regardless of his checkered past, Pulsifer is a very likable guy, an underdog whom we can relate to, whose quick wit and steal charm are equal weapons against any adversary.

Mott keeps the reader guessing with each chapter as he gets our rogue hero in and out of trouble and throws in a surprise ending sure to please even the most finicky of readers.

It is books like this that remind us why we read: they take us to strange lands, we meet exciting people, and for a short time we leave the everyday world we are accustom to. I think there is a little bit of Pulsifer in all of us.
Undeyn
I do not get enthralled by books. I do not become enamored to the point that I cannot put a book down. I do not spend an entire day reading through a book, in a single sitting.

But I did all these things with Pulsifer.

Wm. Michael Mott has created a world rich with curiosities, a world of vivid emotion and humor, and a world that is richer, more intense, and more believable with each page.

Not settling for the archetypes of elves, goblins, and dragons, Mott has developed a catalog of creatures that is a thousand times deadlier and more interesting than the over-utilized zoologies of current fantasy novels. None of these creatures feel like contrivances, they serve specific purposes in the happenings of their world. Quite frankly, I am more intrigued by Mott's talycent than I have ever been with dragons.

As for the main character, Calim Pulsifer, he is a mixture of wit, cunning, and adventurous spirit. His unflagging quest for vengeance leads him from the most treacherous expanses of his frozen world to palaces of manifest opulence and back; however, throughout his journeys, Calim strives for karmic alignment with more dedication than most Buddhist monks, while exploiting more loop-holes than the greasiest Southern lawyer.

I recommend Pulsifer to all who enjoy tales of rogues and adventures, monstrosities and magic, bad guys and not-so-bad guys. No, even more than that, I recommend Pulsifer to fans of story.

Pulsifer, and the future works of Wm. Michael Mott, have earned a permanent place in my library and imagination.
Nirn
"Pulsifer: A Fable" is an excellent read. Truly original in concept, uproariously funny and totally unapologetic in it's politic incorrectness. How great is that!

I read this book a few years ago on CD and re-read it very recently in book form. It's great to see it finally get it's due.

Calim Pulsifer is a perfectly dressed thief, rogue, womanizer, confidence man and misadventurer, who journeys through the frozen wasteland of Teumdoth, a place filled with wizards, warriors, horrible monsters and, unfortunately for Pulsifer, amorous women, on his quest to return to his homeland and take vengeance on his enemies. Cruising from one extreme misadventure after another, he leaves death, havoc, bedlam, and nothing resembling political correctness in his wake.

I'm a big fan of Michael Moorcock and the late Karl Edward Wagner. Wm. Michael Mott now sits on my bookshelf right between the two. If you have read the stories of Prince Elric of Melniboné, Jerry Cornelius or the mystic swordsman Kane, I think you will find the tale of Calim Pulsifer to be easily their kin.

If you don't read this book may you be cornered in a cave by a hungry parsennoc or left outside at night in the hands of female jinmonanders. So if you want to know exactly how to outsmart a over-confident parsennoc or what drug to take to better your chances of surviving an evening with jinmonanders, then you had better read Pulsifer: A Fable.

It's a great read, very well-written with plenty of action and an abundance of belly laughs in between, and I hope Wm. Michael Mott has more stories of Pulsifer the Velvet Knife to come.
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