Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues (Book I)
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Ever been bullied? Ever been treated unfairly? Meet Stuart Duffelmeyer. He can relate to being treated second class. Brilliant and kind-spirited best describe him. He is an NYU student whose classmates play a horrible prank on him, and his life spirals into utter agony. Fooling with him was their ultimate mistake. Stuart suffered severely as a result of their malicious behavior and is bent on getting even with his tormentors.

A chance encounter allows him to discover a magical Hebrew talisman with indescribable powers. Stuart is thrust into the regions of a far away galaxy once the talisman is consecrated. Mystical powers from Universally dynamic forces will become his mainstay. The spirit of his one-time advisor, Rabbi Irwin Wedemeyer, explains to him that the talisman will grant him miraculous powers over all the creatures and elements of the Earth.

The rabbi cautions Stuart not to abuse the powers bestowed upon him; nonetheless, Stuart returns to Earth and quickly seeks out his revenge armed with his new abilities. He also finds fulfillment by using his powers to intercept the transgressive acts inflicted by the immoral people of society. Stuart


Dewey B. Reynolds is an author, screenplay writer, short filmmaker, and computer expert. He has currently published the STUART DUFFELMEYER fantasy trilogy series, a crime novel entitled NETWORK OF KILLERS, and a thriller entitled BRUSH CREEK CHARLIE. Beginning at the high school level, he wrote many short stories that were published in local and national magazines and newspapers.

Dewey describes his writing as different, a style that he calls all his own, in which readers can grasp to and walk away with something refreshing and meaningful. He currently resides in his hometown of Kansas City, Missouri.


As I read this I could feel the author was trying to tackle a difficult subject - injustice and vengeance.The plot will resonate with anyone who has ever been bullied, as the main character, Stuart, has a cruel prank pulled on him right before college graduation, and is rewarded with phenomenal cosmic powers in order to teach the bullies a lesson and right a lot of other wrongs along the way. Unfortunately, the writing really distracts from the overall message, as nearly all the sentences are structured in the passive voice, and there are some really repetitive aspects to the story, such as always describing the architecture or cars, harping on the fact that Stuart is rich and Jewish, and scripting for the powers conferred on animals. It was so juvenile that I wasn