The Man With the Golden Torc

The Man With the Golden Torc

eBook - 2014
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"You know what? It's all true. Everything that ever scared you, from conspiracy theories to monsters under the bed to ghosties & ghoulies & long-leggity beasties. The only reason they haven't taken over the world yet is because my family has always been there to stand in their way. We guard the door, keeping you safe from the big bad wolf, and you never even know our names. Of course, there's a price to be paid. By us, and by you." "The username's Bond. Shaman Bond. Licensed to kick supernatural arse." "And Bond - real name Eddie Drood - comes from one of the oldest families in England, a family that has been protecting humanity from the forces of darkness for more centuries than anyone can even remember. And Eddie Drood loved his job - until the day it all blew up in his face."--BOOK JACKET.
Publisher: New York : Roc, 2014
ISBN: 110121287X (electronic bk.)
9781101212875 (electronic bk.)
Branch Call Number: eBOOK FIC GREEN
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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dutchguy999
Jun 07, 2013

Simon R. Green has quickly become one of my favorite authors. The Secret Histories books are one of my favorite series from him and is also the beginning of this series. My biggest gripe with this is that the plot just kind of moves from set piece to set piece at times. The latter books develop the plot at a steadier pace, but this book was still a thrill to read. Humor, action, adventure and the supernatural all combine to make for a very enjoyable ride.

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LiteraChick
Jun 23, 2011

Not totally original to the hardcore fans of hidden societies who guard the clueless world from things that go bump in the night, but was a fun read

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Pawnder
Jan 03, 2011

Great book if you you like tons of action with lots of humor and some cheezy one liners thrown in for good measure. It kept me interested all the way through the novel. ( trust me that is a true rareity ) The only thing i didn't like was the dialoge between the hero and damsel in distress. This is defenatly a rated "R" novel.

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