Joel Reeves

An avid collector of pulp science fiction and fantasy, Joel Reeves is a teacher and the author of several short stories appearing in small press publications, including Crossroads, Tales of the Unanticipated, Outer Darkness, The Fringe, and Kracked Mirror Mysteries. He lives in a small town in lower Michigan with his wife, two children, and a cat, Penguin. Of Quills and Kings in his first novel.

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When Walpole, the so-called sacred Hedgehog of Yurle, captures the realm’s child-king, Jonathan and his friends set off into the desolate land of Yurle to save their King and hopefully recover the stolen Orb.
Freed from the battles and terrors of his home world, Jonathan Glauwer finds himself back in the thick of trouble when his old adversary, Walpole—the telepathic demon hedgehog of Yurle—escapes from his prison. A terrible war between the surface-dwelling hedgehogs and the merciless Empress Moleloch and her mole minions throws everyone into terrible danger and it is up to old friends and new heroes to bring peace to Yurle Prime and their spiny enemy to justice.
The hedgehog world is collapsing under its own pollution and the crew of the Duweena’s Courage, years older and believing their old enemies have been destroyed, find themselves sent to a nearby world, Yurle Minor, to find out what happened to the explorers who preceded them When they arrive, they are attacked by a vicious hedgehog cult, their leader the infamous Walpole, the demon hedgehog of Yurle, and the creations of his pet mad scientist: robots, zombies, and giant machines whose sole purpose is to make the tyrannical hedgehog master of the Universe.

But the natives are resisting, and even Walpole learns that being immortal does not protect one from others who would be gods as well. Jonathan Quintain and his faithful companions are tested to their limits: not all will return alive. This is the concluding story in the wonderful and strange Quillogy series.
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