The House of Yeel by Michael McCloskey

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For years, adventurers have traveled great distances only to meet their doom at the Far Coast. This distant and isolated place is the legendary home of the mysterious creature named Yeel. Countless souls have fallen before the dangers of the journey and the devious guardians who seek to keep Yeel imprisoned at this point farthest west in all the lands.

When the scout Jymoor finally succeeds where so many others have failed, she is allowed to believe that Yeel is a human wizard, powerful in the arts of magic. What she doesn't know is that Yeel is actually a hideous tentacled monster, a garrulous tinkerer and alchemist with a vast collection of wondrous artifacts. Jymoor has enlisted the aid of this odd being to save her nation from a horde of invaders... but what can a single alien do in the face of such odds?
 

About Michael McCloskey

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Michael McCloskey is a software engineer in Silicon Valley afflicted with recurring dreams of otherworldly creatures, mysterious alien planets and fantastic adventures.
 
Published April 7, 2012 by Squidlord LLC. 262 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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