The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) (PDF)

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  • The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2)
  • C.B. Pratt
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  • 14 May 2020
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The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) Read Ù 2 Review The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) S Egypt needs his help but won't say what for except that several Heroes have already perished after taking on the mysterious job Still it's a livingif not for lon. I think I liked the first book a little better than this one the contemporary urban fantasy tone came through strikingly But this was still strongly written and a fun read The mythological elements came though less strongly in this one as it was not set in an area where the gods Eno believes in are present so any magic in his current setting was not viewed as divine That jarred me a little bit since the treatment of mythological nuance was one of the stronger points of Hero for Hire I think I would have liked something a little closer to home dealing with Eno sorting through his family history and dealing with his gods but personal preference aside it was a good read and a good follow up

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The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2)

The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) Read Ù 2 Review The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) Ile rescuing a beautiful Egyptian maiden from man eating monsters He has to leave his native Thrace for somewhere much 'civilized' The High Priest of Amun in Thebe. The Second Book of Eno the Thracian Hero for HireAfter the third week of a one week cruise the sea had lost its sparkleAnd so begins the second Eno book by C B Pratt The Stone GodsEno s marketing plan is simple His sign is in a well traveled acropolis Hero for Hire All monsters dispatched from carnivorous geese to Minotaurs Special rates for multiples Eno the Thracian at the sign of the Ram s Head one flight upWhile he s the defender of Aphrodite destroyer of incredible monsters and three time all Athenian winner of the Spicy Snails cooking contest Eno is on hiatus He s on the way to visit his mother and ask her some difficult uestions Even a brimming chest of gold and jewels can t sway him from his filial mission But a lovely naked liuid eyed Egyptian nymph in his tent may be a different storyEno s second adventure is as fun and exciting as the first one The series would make an excellent movie or a great television series

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The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) Read Ù 2 Review The Stone Gods (Eno the Thracian, #2) Bestseller on Historical Fantasy GreekRomanIn the latest Eno the Thracian sword and sandal myth and magic adventure Eno accidentally ticks off the Great God Pan wh. I read the first book of the Eno the Thracian series by CBPratt and thoroughly enjoyed it I made room for the second book in the series The Stone Gods in my TBR list Here is what I thought about the second installmentSynopsis from the author Eno the Thracian is a hero for hire solving other people s problem for a profitable fee In the second book of the series Eno angers the Great God Pan and is forced to leave his native Thrace for somewhere civilized where the God of the Wood cannot follow him The High Priest of Amun in Thebes Egypt needs his help but is fuzzy on the details except that several heroes have already perished after taking on the job It s possible that civilization has dangers than nature never holds Still it s a livingif not for long What I liked The book is written in a light hearted manner despite Eno s dangerous lifestyle Eno angers Pan and decides it would be a good time to take a job in Egypt His adventures including a journey with the Pharaoh make for plenty of action humor and entertainment Add to the mix the beautiful Naunet his job in Egypt and this is one enjoyable readWhat I didn t like I couldn t find much to dislike about this book except that it ended Luckily there are three books in the seriesOverall impression As with the first book of the Eno the Thracian series the second book The Stone Gods was an entertaining read Filled with action adventure Greek Gods and a hero for hire The Stone Gods is a great read for everyoneMy rating 5 Stars Barnum's Own Story: The Autobiography of P. T. Barnum native Thrace for somewhere civilized where the God of the Wood cannot follow him The High Priest of Amun in Thebes Egypt Summary: Astrophysics for People in a Hurry needs his help but is fuzzy on the details except that several heroes have already perished after taking on the job It s possible that civilization has dangers than Wreck This Journal (Duct Tape) Expanded Ed. nature Assertiveness for Women: An Assertiveness Training GuideFor Women (English Edition) never holds Still it s a livingif KVM - Mise en oeuvre d'une solution de virtualisation de serveurs not for long What I liked The book is written in a light hearted manner despite Eno s dangerous lifestyle Eno angers Pan and decides it would be a good time to take a job in Egypt His adventures including a journey with the Pharaoh make for plenty of action humor and entertainment Add to the mix the beautiful Naunet his job in Egypt and this is one enjoyable readWhat I didn t like I couldn t find much to dislike about this book except that it ended Luckily there are three books in the seriesOverall impression As with the first book of the Eno the Thracian series the second book The Stone Gods was an entertaining read Filled with action adventure Greek Gods and a hero for hire The Stone Gods is a great read for everyoneMy rating 5 Stars