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The Life and Times of Charles

The Life and Times of Charles

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Important!—Before Embarkation


Dear Prospective Reader: Before embarking on your adventure with our hero, you must first be aware of the vital signs so as to be assured of maximum enjoyment in your proposed travels with Charles. Be it known that the following pages are designed to present you with humor and adventure—humorous adventure, if you please. Your author’s purpose is to attempt to provide you with a few moments of relief from the tension of modern living.

Charles’ unique personality and astonishing ability win out over the bad guys. This is satire; this is comic book. You will be with Charles in modern New York City; then you will jaunt through Sherwood Forest headed for the mythical kingdom of Thanks-a-lot. Indeed, you will fearfully find yourself riding with Charles right into the middle of the Indian wars in the American Wild West. What do you think of that? There is no relation between some of the adventures, as they take you through various historical times. But finally, it’s the good-guy spies against the bad-guy spies—as Charles is impelled into their present world of intrigue and deception.
Of course, our hero invites you to join him in his exciting encounters—but be careful, don’t get in his way!

Now for that uncertain, but greatly desired thing called humor. The adventure itself is comedy. But it is felt that this is not sufficient to satisfy your need for humor. Along the way, the narrative is punctuated with choice, tidbit sort of, explanatory notes, which are designed to be helpful—well, maybe. And, furthermore, you must be alert to perceive the innuendoes, contradictions, anachronisms, a few originally composed word-forms and poetry that you will find scattered along the way. Oh! How delightful, this is another crack at humor. Then, too, some vibrant characters will happen upon the scene and join our adventurer.
These, then, are the vital signs that must be discerned if your travels with Charles are to be successful. Oh! What choice times await you, Dear Reader, as your precious little eyes anxiously direct you through The Life and Times of Charles. . . .

Now, we are just about ready, if you are. Read, watch, and enjoy the bizarre, as Charles comes upon the unforeseen and cleverly thwarts his adversary. Therefore, nevertheless, and notwithstanding, you the reader, with absence of malice, but with caution in mind, are invited to accompany Charles. So sit back, follow right alongside and enjoy a few moments of refreshment from the seriousness of life. Boy! How can you even think of staying home!

Your pseudonymous Author:
Dryfuss W. Driftwood

Important!—Before Embarkation


Dear Prospective Reader: Before embarking on your adventure with our hero, you must first be aware of the vital signs so as to be assured of maximum enjoyment in your proposed travels with Charles. Be it known that the following pages are designed to present you with humor and adventure—humorous adventure, if you please. Your author’s purpose is to attempt to provide you with a few moments of relief from the tension of modern living.

Charles’ unique personality and astonishing ability win out over the bad guys. This is satire; this is comic book. You will be with Charles in modern New York City; then you will jaunt through Sherwood Forest headed for the mythical kingdom of Thanks-a-lot. Indeed, you will fearfully find yourself riding with Charles right into the middle of the Indian wars in the American Wild West. What do you think of that? There is no relation between some of the adventures, as they take you through various historical times. But finally, it’s the good-guy spies against the bad-guy spies—as Charles is impelled into their present world of intrigue and deception.
Of course, our hero invites you to join him in his exciting encounters—but be careful, don’t get in his way!

Now for that uncertain, but greatly desired thing called humor. The adventure itself is comedy. But it is felt that this is not sufficient to satisfy your need for humor. Along the way, the narrative is punctuated with choice, tidbit sort of, explanatory notes, which are designed to be helpful—well, maybe. And, furthermore, you must be alert to perceive the innuendoes, contradictions, anachronisms, a few originally composed word-forms and poetry that you will find scattered along the way. Oh! How delightful, this is another crack at humor. Then, too, some vibrant characters will happen upon the scene and join our adventurer.
These, then, are the vital signs that must be discerned if your travels with Charles are to be successful. Oh! What choice times await you, Dear Reader, as your precious little eyes anxiously direct you through The Life and Times of Charles. . . .

Now, we are just about ready, if you are. Read, watch, and enjoy the bizarre, as Charles comes upon the unforeseen and cleverly thwarts his adversary. Therefore, nevertheless, and notwithstanding, you the reader, with absence of malice, but with caution in mind, are invited to accompany Charles. So sit back, follow right alongside and enjoy a few moments of refreshment from the seriousness of life. Boy! How can you even think of staying home!

Your pseudonymous Author:
Dryfuss W. Driftwood

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Publish date: Oct 14, 2013
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