The Stone Gods by C. B. Pratt. My review!!
I read the first book of the Eno the Thracian series by C.B.Pratt and thoroughly enjoyed it. Since I enjoyed it so much, 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 installment!
Synopsis (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 more ‘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 living…if not for long.
What I liked: Despite Eno’s dangerous lifestyle, the book moves in a light-hearted manner. 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 it’s an enjoyable read!
What I didn’t like: I couldn’t find much to dislike about this book, except that it ended! Luckily, there are three more books in the series!
Overall 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! I recommend it for everyone!
My rating: 5 Stars
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