A class-action lawsuit against novelist Irving Vanderblock-Wheedle was dismissed today by the Hon. Ronald H. Gramophone of the Thirteenth District Superlative Court. The suit had been filed on behalf of readers disappointed in Vanderblock-Wheedle’s latest novel, Stones of Avignon, which the lawsuit claimed was falsely promoted as an “Urban Fantasy,” thus inducing thousands of teenage girls to buy the book who would not otherwise have touched it with what the plaintiffs’ filing described as a “ten-foot pole.” The judge dismissed the suit when the defense presented evidence that the story included a dragon and that the protagonist was Pope Urban V.