Re: The Magic Kingdom Of Landover
It's a nice, light read. Not very deep, but the characters are distinctive and entertaining and each book has it's own adventure, different from the previous book. Sometimes it's nice to read a fantasy book which doesn't have a fast amount of pages, or a fantasy series which starts and ends a story within a book, instead having to read through a couple of books to get a conclusion to all storylines.
That's why Landover can be a pretty good read. And it has some originality to it as well; a lawyer who buys a magic kingdom and finds himself trying to rule a country with magic beings. That just asks to be read, doesn't it?