• Title: Hero's Curse
  • Author: Jack J. Lee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hero s Curse I ve got no choice but to warn you Read further the truth will be revealed and it will enslave you You don t want to know how the Universe works I know I didn t I don t care who you are or what you b
    I ve got no choice but to warn you Read further, the truth will be revealed and it will enslave you You don t want to know how the Universe works I know I didn t.I don t care who you are or what you believe Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Wiccan, Atheist, anything and everything You re all wrong.The following is a story of my life after I got drafted by God to fight the miniI ve got no choice but to warn you Read further, the truth will be revealed and it will enslave you You don t want to know how the Universe works I know I didn t.I don t care who you are or what you believe Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Wiccan, Atheist, anything and everything You re all wrong.The following is a story of my life after I got drafted by God to fight the minions of darkness Jehovah of the Holy Bible exists and holy warriors are needed to defend us.If you re wise, you ll set this book down now and walk away Keep your illusions they won t hurt you Learn too much, open the door that is better left closed, and you ll be fighting by my side.Victor PaladinServant of the Lord

    One Reply to “Hero's Curse”

    1. While there are Biblical based things in the book this is NOT the belief of those that are, well Bible believing Christians. The liberties taken within the book are extensive. Actually, if you remember a movie a good little bit back with Jay and Silent Bob and angels. This book is a bit like that one - it has somewhat gritty scenes, a good amount of bad language, and a fairly descriptive sex scene as well.The other things the book reminds me of is Dresden files but following the Paladin, though [...]

    2. Kindle freebee: Really an intriguing story line. Starts out with the story being related to a professional thief (really interesting idea) then morphs into a whole new area. Only just got into it, but am really enjoying the ride. If you like stories about magic and things that go bump in the night - this is a good one. Four stars might be a bit generous - 3 1/2 sounds about right.

    3. I became internet friends with Jack Lee after reading his Sustainable Earth series-(EXCELLENT BTW). He invited me to to be an "unpaid editor" for a new book he was working onHero's Curse. I wasd still amon a zombie binge of sorts, just can't get enough.This book was, from the first draft, the absolutely BEST distraction for me at the time. I would stop in the middle of any zombies story I might be reading just to read an updated draft of H.C.I relished the opportunity Jack gave me. I read the bo [...]

    4. Now this is what I call a good surprise :D I'll admit, the cover almost turned me off of this book somehow reminded me of ghostrider, andwellI wasn't really in the mood for a book of that kind. But after the first 15 pages, I was hooked and I loved it :D The humour made me laugh, the sad stuff made me sad, and the interesting bits made me highly interested everything managed to do exactly what it was supposed to. The right amount of action, worldbuilding and character creation was awesome, and i [...]

    5. This book was recommended by my husband that listened to it on audiobook. He enjoyed it and recommends part 2 of the series. I've only read this book and thoroughly enjoyed. Full of action pack and mysterious plots. Felt sorry for the main character that loses someone dear to him. Even I recommend this book

    6. Great book except for the end. The concept was great, the story telling good. I may be a little to goody goody myself, but i didn't like what happened to 3 of the characters, 2 OK, but not the 3rd. I doubt ill read a sequel

    7. As I read this book, it reminded me of a video game or. Dungeons and Dragons. I was very disappointed in the ending, and if there is a sequel, I won't be reading it.

    8. Hard to put down with some interesting plot twists. A new take on theology and mythology which really got me thinking. Great book for breaking a rut of same 'ol fast churn zombie novels.

    9. I loved it but the ending just.why? Why kill of the love interest and immediately introduce a potential new one. That's not fair.

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