08 Apr 2015

Review: For Whom The Bell Trolls

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troll“For Whom the Bell Trolls: Tales of Terror, Triumph & Trolls” is an anthology that showcases amazing new writing talent. With a subject that lends itself to a fun, fantasy and more serious tones the book is able to cover a wide range of subjects.
From fanciful and farcical stories, to gruesome murder and suspense you can find it all within.
Proceeds from the sale go to charity, which is another good reason to get it on your kindle. I’m sure you’ll find your own favourite stories amongst the 25, be it a Haiku that tickles your fancy, the naughty title piece, or some of the more literary stories.
Even if you don’t like trolls, you’re bound to like some of these well written stories.
Highly recommended.

Funny, touching, suspenseful—sometimes romantic, titillating and shocking—there’s something for all adult readers in this unique illustrated anthology from 23 authors.

Arranged from light to meaty fare, the antrollogy’s “menu” offers up fanciful and farcical stories, family-oriented tales, romance, mystery, high peak adventure, even magically surreal literary stories—starring all sorts of trolls, from the all-too-real Internet variety to the mythical mountain and bridge-dwelling trolls of legend.

Readers will laugh nervously at Humphrey the half-breed’s unfortunate beginnings, and bite their nails on behalf of Fergus Underbridge, hard-boiled troll detective. They’ll cheer a not-so-ordinary troll-fighting girl and want to hug—or slap—a woman lost in her own neighborhood. And whatever should be done about the boy with the head of a dragon…?

The Book on Amazon US and Amazon UK

John L. Monk , A. A. Leil , F. Scott Kimball , Mark Capell , Victoria Leybourne , James A. Jeffries, Bob Summer , E. A. Linden , Duncan Swallow , Gregg Fedchak , David Lawlor ,Petur HK , David Perry , Ffetch De’Ath , Meribeth Hutto , Tobias D. Robison , Kelly Ferguson, Cora Buhlert , Rinelle Grey , Edward M. Grant , Sandra Stephens , J. Matthew McKern, Lindy Moone

Net profits from the book will be donated to Equality Now


“When we launched in 1992, we had a deep conviction that we could and must act against the violation of women’s rights around the world. We had a small dedicated group of volunteer activists in a few countries, and only on-the-street t-shirt sales to help with startup costs….we now have offices in New York, Nairobi and London as well as a presence in Amman, Jordan and Washington, DC. Our Action Network has grown to more than 35,000 members in 160 countries. Equality Now has become a standard for activism on the ground where we try to translate women’s needs into national, regional and international law, policy and practice including through regional and thematic coalitions that raise awareness and move the agenda forward.”Jessica Neuwirth, co-founder of Equality Now

written by
Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.

2 Responses to “Review: For Whom The Bell Trolls”

  1. Lesley Hayes says:

    Great review, Christoph and a great cause… Thank you for posting this. 🙂


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