BoomFuzzy: A Bizarre Yaoi Fantasy (Quaraun the Insane:The Adventures of a Pink Necromancer Book 1)

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BoomFuzzy: After many years living in the desert with the DiJinn, young Moon Elf Quaraun returns to his frigid arctic homelands in hopes that the family that cast him out would welcome him back. Time has not softened old wounds and the Moon Elves are far from happy to see the prodigal prince return, but the Moon Elves can not be bothered to worry about the renegade prince right now as rumours say that the Elf Eater's army has been sighted in rout to the valley.

Days after the prince's return a life sized gingerbread house falls from the sky and no one thinks it strange. Quaraun watches in dismay as his fellow Moon Elves one by one go missing, after being lured into the mysterious candy shop made of gingerbread. Only unlike the other Elves Quaraun doesn't see a gingerbread house, he sees the shop for what it is: a monstrous castle decorated with the skulls of Elves and dripping with blood.

The candy maker, a half-Elf named BoomFuzzy, has one request for Quaraun: “Make me 13 genie bottles for capturing evil spirits.” Quaraun knows BoomFuzzy is in fact the Elf Eater of Pepper Valley a blood thirty Faerie King hell bent on becoming a Lich, but when the evil Fae King saves the prince's life from the town bullies, Quaraun turns his back on the Moon Elves and binds his soul to BoomFuzzy's to become a Necromancer and build thirteen Liches unlike any Lich the world has ever known.

Seeing their prince in a romantic relationship with another male, sends the gay-hating Moon Elves to conspire against Quaraun, unleashing a chain of events none of them expected, ending with the mass murder suicide that leaves Quaraun the last Moon Elf left alive and unleashes the most fearsome Lich of all time.

TYPE: Novel
WORD COUNT: 116,913 words
PAGE COUNT: 375 printed paperback pages
POINT OF VIEW: third person; usually Quaraun's point of view but sometimes Unicorn and other times GhoulSpawn
GENRE: Yaoi > Dark Fantasy > Bizzarro > Drama > Gay Romance


Seven decades ago, the royal family of the Moon Elves was attacked by Thullids, with the King, his sister-in-law, and her infant son all becoming infested by a parasite that burrows into the brain, slowly eating it, and eventually taking control of the Elf's body. When the king's brother murders discovers his wife and son are dead bodies animated by the Jellyfish living in their brains, he murders his wife then turns on his son. The king rescues the infant and sends him away to live with a sacred order of wizard-priests known as the Di'Jinn.

Meanwhile terror is spreading across the globe as the Necromancer King Gwallmaiic and his army of Phookas, Dark Elves, and Liches, march across the world slaughtering every Elf in their path, only to suddenly vanish into the deserts of the Di'Jinn and not be seen for nearly a century.

Now 70 years have passed and the young prince of the Moon Elves is grown up and has returned to the village, wearing the neon pink robes of a Thullid priest. While the Moon Elves are up in arms over the many laws their prodigal crown prince is breaking, a mysterious gingerbread house falls out of the sky and with it a half-Elf named BoomFuzzy who literally has all but one Moon Elf eating out of his hands. When the prince tells the others, it's not a gingerbread house, but a monstrous flesh-eating castle made of bones, they lock him in a tower calling him insane.

Blinded by their addition to gingerbread made out of poppies and mushrooms, the Moon Elves sit idly by as the Elf Eater's army surrounds their village, and when they turn on the only person who can save them from the Necromancers trap, crown prince Quaraun, turns his back on his people and joins forced with The Elf Eater of Pepper Valley, becoming the Necromancer's apprentice in a plot to kill

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