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Genre: New Adult Humorous Fantasy Adventure
What happens when good and evil collide? They yell, “Ouch!”
The Demon, the Hero, and the City of Seven is a humorous fantasy adventure novel about a snarky demon (Mal) and an inept hero (Reg) who get accidentally bound for eternity. In an attempt to reverse their fate they set off to a city of wizards hoping someone there will be able to un-bind them. They make themselves unwelcome with nearly everyone they meet along the way, and learn a bit more about the magic that connected them in the first place.
In this debut humorous fantasy adventure novel, Kincaid pairs an endearing cast of characters with expert world-building and laugh-out-loud dialogue. The Demon, The Hero, and The City of Seven will leave a Mal and Reg shaped stamp on your heart.
PRAISE FOR THE DEMON, THE HERO, AND THE CITY OF SEVEN
"This read was a true delight. The perfect cocktail of humor, adventure, and heartwarming character growth. I hate you, A.E. Kincaid, for making me tear up over a demon and a Reg."
J.L. Vampa, author of The Queen's Keeper, and the upcoming dark fantasy series, The Sisters Solstice
"I want to start off by saying I can't remember the last time I read a book as fun as The Demon, the Hero, and the City of Seven! I tend to lean toward darker reads, but this hilarious adventure was a breath of fresh air."
Lou, Bookstagrammer (@louturnspages)
Shelby, Bookstagrammer (@nerdyfoxreads)
"The thing is, it wasn't just funny. This book had so much heart. It felt like a mash-up of Lord of the Rings and Good Omens. I adored the MCs and root for them throughout the story, and their characters grew in ways I didn't know to expect."
About the author, A.E. Kincaid
By day I am the Creative Director at a branding studio in Iowa. By night I write humorous fantasy novels. In between I drink coffee to keep up with a small human, and try to convince my cat crossing my keyboard whenever she likes is not the same as "helping." The Demon, The Hero, and the City of Seven is my first published novel.