Hero in Hiding

Hero in Hiding Daring Heroics are back but this time they re on the run After their crushing defeat at the Vale of Dreams the Apprentice Hero Cyrus and Kris the Katheni go into hiding as fishermen SirReginald Ogle

  • Title: Hero in Hiding
  • Author: Mitchell Bonds
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Daring Heroics are back, but this time they re on the run.After their crushing defeat at the Vale of Dreams, the Apprentice Hero Cyrus and Kris the Katheni go into hiding as fishermen SirReginald Ogleby, the Crimson Slash, embarks on a new Quest to unite the races of the world and the Arch Villain Voshtyr Demonkin rules the world with a literally iron fistBut Cyrus has DDaring Heroics are back, but this time they re on the run.After their crushing defeat at the Vale of Dreams, the Apprentice Hero Cyrus and Kris the Katheni go into hiding as fishermen SirReginald Ogleby, the Crimson Slash, embarks on a new Quest to unite the races of the world and the Arch Villain Voshtyr Demonkin rules the world with a literally iron fistBut Cyrus has Destiny to fulfill and far too many jokes to crack to stay hidden for long Evil triumphed before, but can it hold onto its Ill Gotten Gains Join the cast of Hero in Hiding for your next dose of Good Guys, Gryphons, Villains and their Victims, a Passel of Protagonists and their Plethora of Problems, with a few Teachable Moments along the way.

    One thought on “Hero in Hiding”

    1. An uneven reading experience. I loved portions of it, particularly Bonds' wit and fiery roast of speculative and novel-writing conventions. But the wording was often clunky and repetitive. I know Bonds is capable of better than that. Needed a more thorough proof-read, too. 3 1/2 stars.

    2. Cyrus Solberg is back with more adventures, lame puns, and magic-wielding mishaps in the latest Hero Complex book, Hero In Hiding by Mitchell Bonds. This time around, the hero and his new wife, Kris, are on their way to hide on Starspeak, Cyrus' old home. A run-in with a vicious pirate strands them on Phoenix Island, where a prophet tells Cyrus that in order to defeat his archenemy, Voshtyr Demonkin, he must learn to master his magic. Though Cyrus initially refuses, circumstances conspire agains [...]

    3. Sequel to Hero, Second Class, but not as good as the first one due to an accelerated plot and some issues with theology that never get addressed.Cyrus is fleeing the rout of the Heroes with his wife Kris. Voshtyr seems unstoppable, and even his half-brother Serinal is finally moving. The stage is set for a final conclusion. Will Hero, Villain, or rogue arch-villain win?The books only has two issues which drag it down. The big one is that it resolves too quickly and leaves plot threads hanging. P [...]

    4. This book is the sequel of Hero Second Class, which made it to my favorites list, so of course I liked it. I liked every bit of the sarcasm, puns and fourth-wall breaking. This book made me laugh out loud more than once, and it's certainly worth a read especially if you enjoyed the first book. However, I must say that it suffered a bit for the multiple typos I saw. For most people, it's not usually a big deal, but it distracted me a bit. The plot was just as fun as the first, though it was set a [...]

    5. I didn't know that Christian Speculative writing was a thing. This book is a great fantasy book for this genre. Enjoyable for anyone that enjoys fantasy, puns, and a hopeful story.

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