Leilani | Goodreads Member...one of the most enjoyable books I've read this year.
I was always a sucker for comedy, but this book had me laughing till me cheeks hurt. Wendell has a way of sucking you into the story and if by the time your done with the first 3 chapters you aren’t asking for more, I would be very surprised.
Books That Spark | UKThis guy is a genius.
The effort and heart he has obviously put into his work, the characters and this world is mind-blowing. Although he claims to be ‘just a boring human’, this is definitely not the case. His imagination is amazing, so it’s little wonder that I enjoy his work so much.
Barry EislerInternational Bestselling Author
Jaime is an amazingly talented storyteller, artist, and illustrator. The first time I saw his work I was blown away — and he’s only gotten better since.
The Life Of Fiction | USA...fascinating secondary characters.
Prelude to a Hero is a book that I may not have picked up off the shelves. It’s different from the books I normally read and I’m glad I gave it a chance. It’s an easy read and relatively short, it gives the reader just enough information to hook them in for more. More is what I’m now craving.
…an epic story that will leave you craving for more.
The writing in Prelude to a Hero was incredible. The narrating and inner thoughts of Wendell (the main character) were really amusing.
You know that awkward guy who never tries to be funny, but everything he does and says just becomes hilarious?
Wendell is that person.
Nathan Dilts | LIV International....Wow....!
…you know you have found a great book when you want to slap the author and give the author a hug at the same time, when you take some of the plot turns personally.
How can you laugh (a lot), cry, feel vengeful anger and fall so in love with the characters in a book thinner than your pinky?!
David FarlandNew York Times Bestselling Author
Jaime D. Buckley is a fine storyteller of heroic tales, and also a wonderful artist. I’ve enjoyed working with him, and look forward to working with him again!
…if you have a chance, check out Buckley’s Wanted Hero series.
Kaitlyn In Bookland | USAThis is a really fun, fantasy read.
This is a classic underdog story and I cannot wait to see where Wendell ends up. Wendell is actually a really funny character. He is self-deprecating, awkward, and some of his inner (and spoken) dialogue is hilarious.
We all want to be important and Prelude to a Hero really showcases that.
Brit-Boy Reviews | UK...down a rabbit hole
We like to believe that it’s possible that the fate of the universe could rely on someone not too different from us, who can become many of the things we long to be.
Wanted Hero allowed me to return to such youthful dreams…
Mint Meredith | USA...the books gets better and better!
I loved the ‘under-dog’ aspect of it! Also, I really liked that this book was originally a comic book…I think younger boys (especially) will love Prelude To A Hero!