The Bullbarian and the Sands of Fate
Written by Harry
Ribeye the Bullbarian and Sands of Fate is
the second in a series of full length kids’ novels written
by author Harry McLaughlin and illustrated by Mike Milo. It features
the adventures of Ribeye, an Iron Age Bullbarian warrior, and
his eight-year-old little brother Cubesteak.
The brothers continue their quest, through
the always unpredictable Iron Age world, roaming into the mysterious
Warlord Realm and the heart of the Great Calamari Desert. Ribeye
must keep his inquisitive young brother out of trouble, while himself
avoiding the ever-annoying civilized world. But a conniving warlord
has set a trap for the bulls, luring them into a scheme so outrageous
it threatens to shake the world to
its very foundations.
Cast into the hostile open desert against their
will, our heroes must go where no bull has ever gone before, all
the while dodging determined foes, and battling against a tribe
of deadly poisonous desert vipers. Above all, they must not fall
victim to the sweltering sands of fate.
If you enjoy books like Harry Potter, Artemis
Fowl, the writing of Brian Jacques (Redwall) or Eva Ibbotson,
then you'll enjoy the adventures of Ribeye the Bullbarian.
The novel is 190 pages. It is packed
with lavishly detailed illustrations by artist extraordinaire,
Mike Milo. The novel is written with young adult readers in mind,
in a style they will enjoy reading. Experienced readers will enjoy
it as well, and parents will love reading this book to their young
Ribeye's Iron Age world is filled with an assortment
of strange and wondrous characters, and once more
you'll meet many of them in the pages of this book.
From the desert cities like Shangri Llama, to the
far off outposts of Khandijar and Kashmule, a parade
of larger than life characters awaits your discovery.