It's been a bad night for Teacup. He’s hungry, wet, and tired. He’s run afoul of the assassin’s guild, lost a bag of stolen goods, and bet his last penny on the local darts champion when he should have bought bread for his kids. Maybe fate needs a little help . . .
As a pastiche of Sword and Sorcery, “Darts” represents the core fantasy characters and archetypes that enthusiasts love (and hate), explores their deeper motivations, and reminds us that best friends are hard to come by.
This was a fun quick read featuring a group of fantasy characters. These character are of the less desirable type. We have thieves, pickpockets, bookies, gamblers, and more. I enjoyed the authors writing style, he is very good at setting a scene. This is just a Littleton seventy pages long. This is meant for adults and has a couple of cute illustrations.