Eno and the Dragon 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 up Eno has fled from his meddling gods to travel to t

  • Title: Eno and the Dragon
  • Author: C.B. Pratt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 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 up Eno has fled from his meddling gods to travel to the far off land of Ch in, a country without gods, though with plenty of chatty ancestors But in the kingdom of Yin Shang, the ancestors have stopped talking just as horrenAll monsters dispatched from carnivorous geese to minotaurs Special rates for multiples Eno the Thracian at the sign of the Ram s Head, one flight up Eno has fled from his meddling gods to travel to the far off land of Ch in, a country without gods, though with plenty of chatty ancestors But in the kingdom of Yin Shang, the ancestors have stopped talking just as horrendous demons have begun to invade Eno s rescue of a small prince drags him into a world of intrigue, both supernatural and human Despite his distaste for the military, Eno joins the army to lead the fight against the demon scourge, only to find that this is not the simple matter it seems Ianna, Babylonian goddess of desire and Eno s eternal enemy, is back, eager to become the only goddess in town Eno also discovers his true love and learns why getting paid in garlic isn t such a bad deal Rather than allow Ianna and her secret ally to overrun the land with her designer demon army, Eno must achieve his destiny, however reluctantly He must find the source of the gods power and destroy it, no matter the consequences to himself and those he loves.

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    1. Fifth Fab Fantasy – Five Stars!While Eno had trudged through many adventures, wielding weapons and wits, fighting for and against the whimsical deities of old Greece, Eno And The Dragon is by far C.B. Pratt’s best fantasy of this series. Matured, stronger, wiser and ready to do what is necessary for those who need this Hero For Hire’s services and help, Eno steps up to become not just the Hero, but the man he is meant to be. And, I love learning about his paternity. Just one remark to the [...]

    2. Eno goes east!So, the big guy (Eno) is headed east, or MORE east, since he was hanging around with the plainsmen who would later sack most of the western world, but needs to take a kid (dropped by a dragon) back to his father, and that means a trip into the heart of Asia.Oh, and there's a dragon. And zombies. And demons that fish for skulls so they can harvest the teeth.It's just as funny as the first four in the series, but we learn a LOT more about who Eno really is, and the setting (ancient A [...]

    3. "Being a goat, a lion and an eagle all at once is bad enough. Add in a mating instinct and it's either kill the poor thing or have a lot of your cows walking funny." - Eno's professional opinion of chimera. Who knew chimera got kinky with cows?A delightful romp full of history and humour - just like all of Eno's books. CB Pratt's hero heads to Asia in this book, hunting (and perhaps courting) dragons, taking his hero duties just seriously enough to ensure the gods don't get out of hand. If you h [...]

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