Romero Russo
It's a kooky story that's just plain fun to read. Adjectives that you'd never apply to things you encounter every day not only make sense, but add character and laughs to the scenes Lockwood describes. His rhythms flow and his language sings. But you might have to read it twice, cuz your laughter might keep you from hearing it the first time.
A.C. Weston
Inkshares won't let me recommend this more than once, which is a sad limitation when I like it at least ten times over. A Beast Requires mixes the wit of Douglas Adams and the whimsy of Jasper Fforde in a fairy tale land of forest slums, skeevy elf landlords, and murder. Every moment is layered in world building gold. If this book were food, it would be chocolate and I would eat it. (I may eat it anyway.)
S.T. Ranscht and Robert P. Beus
Engaging, Delightful. Unexpected. In language reminiscent of Douglas Adams's, more lyrical than Christopher Moore's, Mr. Lockwood weaves a tale of creatures strange and stranger, and strangers bold and mysterious in a land unfamiliar and rooted in the dreams of a fevered mind. We follow unsuspectingly as he leads us by smell and misdirection through rough terrain and narrow passages  into the maze of the Beast's domain. Original yet somehow older than time.
Robert Wren
Check out the video for Ophelia, Doll and see if this book is right for you! I appreciate the support of readers and hope you'll enjoy the available preview chapters enough to consider pre-ordering! Thank you!
Thomas J. Arnold
I don't understand how something this good isn't funded yet. Give it a read and you'll understand my confusion.
Liam Dynes
Great voice, great tone, grabs you from the opening sentence.
Allen Donnelly
Funny fantasy is always worth checking out
Brien Shores
Check this out... But only if you like things that are good. Eh even if you don't. In that case you probably need better taste. This will help that