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Climb the large stone stairs to the temple in Aurora and approach the altar inside. The book is on the right-hand side of the altar, near some candles.
Balverines: I've killed fifty of them. With nothing but a rusty cutlass. The Moon: I've been there, in a great balloon. It's amazing and almost never rains. Spells and that: I know them all. Cuisine: Every dish ever prepared, I've eaten it. Inventions: That was me. I invented them. Oh and I wrote this book. Not impressed? You would be if you knew I was illiterate. And paralyzed. And blind.
- The cutlass referred to in this book probably refers to Beadle's Cutlass.
- Because of it's references to fantastic and quite extra-ordinary deeds that are all claimed to be done by the writer, there is a chance that this tome may reference Baron Karl Friedrich Hieronymus Freiherr von Munchausen who, through many stories, also supposedly accomplished extra-ordinary deeds. One that both do seem to share is that both have been to the moon. Wikipedia Listing for Baron Munchausen