Arise Henchmen Book Steven was having a pretty good time for a guy who helped release a captured god He had a nice place in Colorado a pretty girl sent him a picture of herself in a bikini and he had neighbors that lef

  • Title: Arise (Henchmen Book 2)
  • Author: Eric Lahti
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 365
  • Format: ebook
  • Steven was having a pretty good time for a guy who helped release a captured god He had a nice place in Colorado, a pretty girl sent him a picture of herself in a bikini, and he had neighbors that left him alone Everything was looking pretty good until he woke up to find two people in his house that were planning on killing him one was old coworker and the other was anSteven was having a pretty good time for a guy who helped release a captured god He had a nice place in Colorado, a pretty girl sent him a picture of herself in a bikini, and he had neighbors that left him alone Everything was looking pretty good until he woke up to find two people in his house that were planning on killing him one was old coworker and the other was an old boss It seems that releasing the God of Dreams caused some ripples in places best left alone and Eve s atonement was to kill Steven for his part in the transgression Wilford wanted to kill Steven because that s just how Wilford is They all soon find themselves trapped between a runaway God of Dreams bent on expanding his domain and the personification of Fear If one doesn t get them, the other will The only solution is to get the gang back together again and find something that can stop at least one, but preferably both, gods before the world comes crashing down around them They ve got help this time, though Wilford is tentatively on their side and a mysterious Native American gentleman has offered some assistance, but just how trustworthy the new allies are remains to be seen There s also one wrinkle for Steven to sort out The God of Dreams wants his girl From a shootout in Tijuana to a strange base in Dulce, New Mexico, Steven has his hands full just trying to stay ahead of the god that wants him dead, the girl he s finding himself and smitten with, and new allies that may or may not be up to any good Some days it s hard to be one of the henchmen.

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    1. "Without coffee life is not worth living." Steven could just be my soulmate."Worst comes to worst, there's only a couple thousand people in this town, we can always just start beating people." This is why I love Eve."You guys name your dicks all the time, why can't a girl name her gun?" This is when I fell in love with Jessica.I absolutely love the MC, Steven. His sarcastic wit is still as entertaining as it was the first time round. His crush on Jessica was freaking adorable.The only reason I d [...]

    2. I am so happy the series continues and look forward to reading the third installment next. Lahti brought it again with Arise. He not only solidified my enormous crush on Jessica but continued to make a band of misfit criminals some of the most sympathetic characters you will stumble across in the literary world.Arise seamlessly keeps up with the witty dialogue and sarcastic narration of henchmen, but the stakes are higher. Without giving away any spoilers, Lahti has managed to involve powers of [...]

    3. It's been a while since I read Eric Lahti's first book Henchman. Usually if I read a second book in a series I have to go back and look at the first one again, but not with Arise which can be read as a standalone. The characterisation Lahti created in his first book was so well developed and his characters memorable I was able to continue with his new work without any trouble. I particularly enjoyed the chapter 'Date Night' where I can see the softer side oft the main character Steven. Eric Laht [...]

    4. “Arise” by Eric Lahti is an original and fast paced fantasy thriller. It is told to us by one of the main characters, Steven, as you’d imagine he’d tell us or his friends over a pint of beer: Down to earth and with a good sense of humour (there are some great one-liners in this.)After ‘it’ happens Steven reunites with Eva and Jessica in a battle against the evil forces. A country in chaos and some tough enemies are to be fought. I don’t want to spoil the plot so I will only say tha [...]

    5. Henchmen was an utter delight to read, so it's perhaps no surprise that I would like the second in the series, called Arise. I'll admit that Eric Lahti's writing style took me a little while to get into. But for anyone who thinks this will be a hard read, I offer you Steve Buscemi's take on this, as Mr Pink in Reservoir Dogs:"This is the world's smallest violin, playing just for you."The MC, Steven, narrates both tales, and the first person narrative totally works. It's interesting to see in boo [...]

    6. Once again, I am pleased to say that I have found a sequel that can be read as a standalone, which is both the sign of a good writer and a good sequel. If you think of the two books in this series so far, it would be easiest to think in terms of the classic westerns. This story is reminiscent of ‘Return of the Seven’, having seen ‘The Magnificent Seven’. If you haven’t met the characters before, you’ll wish you had, but it doesn’t take long before you’re rooting for the whole tea [...]

    7. Since I loved Eric Lahti’s “Henchmen”, I had to read its sequel, “Arise”, too. It’s a book full of action, humor and astonishing wisdom. It’s an engaging story with strong characters who develop and change in surprising ways. Steven is an extremely charming narrator in spite of (or perhaps because of) his “bad guy” appearance. I wish I knew someone like that.The plot itself is fascinating enough, but there are also many appealing themes throughout this book. I personally liked [...]

    8. Wow! Where do I start? Having read Henchmen, the first book of the saga, I was prepared to leave reality at the door and strap in for a wild ride. But Arise makes Henchmen seem quite calm and realistic by comparison.It was nice to catch up with the characters, although Arise is written in such a way that you don’t have to read Henchmen first; I do recommend you get both though. The story is told through the witty thoughts and actions of Steven, a good / bad-guy, his gang of misfits and a demig [...]

    9. Arise is the sequel to Henchmen and continues the story of Steven and his gang. I should have read the first book first, but you’re introduced to the gang, who are all back together by 16% into the book. (Don’t you love kindle for these random statistics?) They all have their own skills.The genre of this book is mixed. It is fantasy/paranormal and also thriller, with a little romance thrown in for good measure. It is well-written and the author has a clear voice throughout. There’s good ch [...]

    10. I enjoyed "Henchman" so much that I dove right into "Arise" with gusto, expecting more of the same stuff that I loved the first time around: great characters, action, and loads of snarky humor. I got that with "Arise" as well, I'm happy to say.I won't go much into describing the plot here honestly, it's so bizarre that I doubt I could sum it up in less than 500 words. All I will say is that it was good to have Steven and the rest of his colorful band of thieves together once again, as they try t [...]

    11. I really enjoyed this urban fantasy. I found it witty, fast paced cleverly written, and I felt like the characters were real. I haven’t read the first book but now I will, though I think this novel stands well on its own. The story is centred on Stephen, a likeable guy, Eva, a woman with magical powers and Jessica who runs a bar in Mexico when we first meet her: throughout the novel there is the pull of a love story between these two. There is no rule of law. Anarchy reigns and the characters [...]

    12. I was happy to see the merry band of misfits together again as they try to unravel another mystery. I love to see a well written bunch of characters against a vivid backdrop. It is worth mentioning here that this book is darker in some ways there others. There are some times though when Eric gets a little over the top when describing how Stephen dislikes the modern world. It drags for me a bit, but not enough to lose a star for it. The fight scenes are vivid and believable. The descriptions left [...]

    13. Another great read from Eric Lahti. It was really good to reconnect with Steven and the gang as they continue their battle against Dreamer and the gods. A direct, immediate writng style dragged me in and kept me immersed. The twists were unexpected and entertaining, and I'm glad Eric plans further battles for the gang. I shall definitely be looking out for the next in the series. Loved it. Thank you, Eric.

    14. A great follow on to the first book. A cool and humorous narrative guides you through this excellent thriller with fantasy and paranormal elements. A bunch of heroes are fighting against the evil forces woith thrown in romance, action and suspense. Cracking read.

    15. I happened upon the first book in the Henchmen series (called, appropriately, Henchmen), a while back and absolutely fell in love with the idea of seeing the whole supervillain side of things not just from the bad guy's perspective, but from those nondescript guys who help the bad guys.Of course, Steven is not quite full on matching outfit army of drone henchman, he's more of a second in command, but all the same, it gave an entirely new perspective to see what might cause these droves of people [...]

    16. Eric Lahti's follow up to Henchmen shows there's not much rest for the wicked(ly funny). Steven and the gang have to deal with what they've unleashed in the previous book making for a fantastic journey with a perfect mix of real, surreal, and fantastical; all the while advocating for high quality beverages and green chile cheeseburgers. Smart, funny, and unpredictable, I hope the gang gets back together for further adventures.

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