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Blade Did Not Believe It! He did not want to believe it. The computer had played strange tricks before, but this? Was he a Tom Thumb, reduced in size to a minikin? Or was he still his normal self, in a dimension where everything else was so massive that he was dwarfed? It was much worse than that. Blade looked at his hand. It was small and pink and chubby. Tiny. He was a bab Blade Did Not Believe It! He did not want to believe it. The computer had played strange tricks before, but this? Was he a Tom Thumb, reduced in size to a minikin? Or was he still his normal self, in a dimension where everything else was so massive that he was dwarfed? It was much worse than that. Blade looked at his hand. It was small and pink and chubby. Tiny. He was a baby. The computer had reduced him to an infant. He was Richard Blade, he knew it, but his tiny pink body was that of a newborn babe. He tried to raise his head. Too heavy. He could not even move it. That made sense, if any of this made sense. Despite his size, his brain was full-grown and housed in the cranium of a full-grown man. He was a macrocephalic horror! Whoever found him would probably kill him on sight and either stuff him or preserve him in a bottle. But where was he? And who would find him?


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Blade Did Not Believe It! He did not want to believe it. The computer had played strange tricks before, but this? Was he a Tom Thumb, reduced in size to a minikin? Or was he still his normal self, in a dimension where everything else was so massive that he was dwarfed? It was much worse than that. Blade looked at his hand. It was small and pink and chubby. Tiny. He was a bab Blade Did Not Believe It! He did not want to believe it. The computer had played strange tricks before, but this? Was he a Tom Thumb, reduced in size to a minikin? Or was he still his normal self, in a dimension where everything else was so massive that he was dwarfed? It was much worse than that. Blade looked at his hand. It was small and pink and chubby. Tiny. He was a baby. The computer had reduced him to an infant. He was Richard Blade, he knew it, but his tiny pink body was that of a newborn babe. He tried to raise his head. Too heavy. He could not even move it. That made sense, if any of this made sense. Despite his size, his brain was full-grown and housed in the cranium of a full-grown man. He was a macrocephalic horror! Whoever found him would probably kill him on sight and either stuff him or preserve him in a bottle. But where was he? And who would find him?

30 review for Monster Of The Maze

  1. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    The Sixth adventure into Dimension X! Blade is done with the program. After this mission he is giving it up. Lord L has implanted a crystal into Blade's brain so he can communicate with home dimension while abroad. Blade insists on prematurely entering Dimension X only to find himself a wee little baby when he wakes up there. Blade is drawn into the politics of this new world. The priesthood eyes the throne, while an army of barbarians are waiting at the borders. Not as much sex this time around. B The Sixth adventure into Dimension X! Blade is done with the program. After this mission he is giving it up. Lord L has implanted a crystal into Blade's brain so he can communicate with home dimension while abroad. Blade insists on prematurely entering Dimension X only to find himself a wee little baby when he wakes up there. Blade is drawn into the politics of this new world. The priesthood eyes the throne, while an army of barbarians are waiting at the borders. Not as much sex this time around. Blade makes some critical errors that almost jeopardizes his mission. All in all a decent read. Certainly not one of my favorites.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paschalis

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Boyd

    Richard Blade travels to new worlds and never fails to find danger and love. Good quick men's adventure read. Recommended Richard Blade travels to new worlds and never fails to find danger and love. Good quick men's adventure read. Recommended

  4. 4 out of 5

    Simon Gelling

    OK.Blade as a baby was quite amusing.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Keith Lovell

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth Holbert

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    John

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    Alex Dagger

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    Randy Thompson

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    Susanne Houle

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    Edward Laton

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    James Nye

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    Kenneth Holbert

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    Kenny

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    Eric

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    Peter

  17. 5 out of 5

    Randomcanyon

  18. 4 out of 5

    BZ George

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ken Holbert sr.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bill Laughlin

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    Terje

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gary

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    David Minor

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    Steven

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    Cliff Wallace

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    Mckinley

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rodney

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jon

  30. 4 out of 5

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