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Free eBook Hero's Curse: The Paladin Files, Book I download ISBN: 1477553444
Author: Jack J. Lee
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 31, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 250
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
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Rating: 4.6
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Book 1 of 2 in the Paladin Files Series. If you're a fan of Jack J. Lee's previous two books, you will love Hero's Curse.

Book 1 of 2 in the Paladin Files Series. Unlike his Sustainable Earth series, Hero's Curse is told from only one view point. It doesn't have zombies, vampires, and aliens. But to make up for it, this book has elves, trolls, and angels. As usual his fight scenes are awesome. Victor Paladin is an atheist who is drafted by God to protect Earth. He doesn't want to believe in God but God definitely believes in him. The poor guy never gets a chance to relax.

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Book in the The Paladin Files Series). I've got no choice but to warn you. Read further, the truth will be revealed and it will enslave you. You don't want to know how the Universe works. I don't care who you are or what you believe-Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Wiccan, Atheist, anything and everything. The following is a story of my life after I got drafted by God to fight the minions of darkness.

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Jack J Lee. Jehovah of the Holy Bible exists and holy warriors are needed to defend us. If you're wise, you'll set this book down now and walk away

He and his family are Roman Catholic, and when his son was attending confirmation classes, one of the class assignments was to have his parents write him letters advising him about faith. Although Jack J. Lee isn’t very religious, he had so much fun writing that letter that he decided it would be blast to write his son additional letters. This book is dedicated to his son. He’s also going to have his daughter read it so she knows the evil that men do.

Chapter 1: The Beginning

Chapter 1: The Beginning. Nothing that comes from a human mind is ever random. Spend enough time doing anything and you’ll develop a pattern. There isn’t an exact word for this; the FBI uses the term ‘profile’ and gamblers call it a ‘tell’. These words aren’t quite right but they’re close enough.

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I’ve got no choice but to warn you. Read further, the truth will be revealed and it will enslave you. You don’t want to know how the Universe works. I know I didn’t. I don’t care who you are or what you believe—Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Wiccan, Atheist, anything and everything. You’re all wrong. The following is a story of my life after I got drafted by God to fight the minions of darkness. Jehovah of the Holy Bible exists and holy warriors are needed to defend us. If you’re wise, you’ll set this book down now and walk away. Keep your illusions; they won’t hurt you. Learn too much, open the door that is better left closed, and you’ll be fighting by my side.
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Cordanius
While there are Biblical based things in the book.. this is NOT the belief of those that are, well ... Bible believing Christians. The liberties taken within the book are extensive. Actually, if you remember a movie a good little bit back with Jay and Silent Bob.. and angels. This book is a bit like that one - it has somewhat gritty scenes, a good amount of bad language, and a fairly descriptive sex scene as well.

The other things the book reminds me of is Dresden files but following the Paladin, though.. in this particular Paladin's case ... rough and vulgar. I thought maybe that attitude would change as he learned the 'job', but it didn't and even those that had been paladin's for basically their entire lives were vulgar as well. The book is full of anti-heroes.

And it also reminded me of Artemis Fowl .. when technology was mixed with magic and such. The way things were explained and the detail that went into some of that stuff was very much like that series.

I would go into debating much of the theories and artistic licensing decisions made about God and gods, but .. to be honest I do not feel a great need for it. Just be known that the book does NOT follow common belief of Christianity, or really any belief system - rather just smashing them together to create something new.

As for recommendation - I would not recommend anyone of Christian belief read this - while the story is good .. the changes and liberties made can be gut wrenching, as well the vulgar language and graphic sex scene are .. distracting.
WOGY
I am big fan of sci-fi/fantasy writing and I'm also a sucker for a free Kindle book, so I couldn't resist giving "Hero's Curse" a try as I was browsing for a new book series. I was not disappointed! If you liked Neil Gaiman's "American Gods", or L. Jagi Lamplighter's "Prospero's Daughter" series, you will enjoy this book as well.

Victor "Vic" Paladin has made a peaceful quiet living robbing ATMs until he is confronted by a troll one night in the midst of a job. He kills and disposes of the troll and sets off a series of encounters and battles with angels, trolls, and other magical beings as a whole universe of gods and supernatural other-worlds are revealed to him. He discovers that he is from a long line of Paladins, a magical knight of Jehovah -- and now he's been drafted by God Himself.

His "guardian" is a streetwise angel, "B", who from the description is sort of a cross between Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Michael Duncan's character Frankie Figs from "The Whole Nine Yards". I found the character "B" and his dialogue with Vic very entertaining.

Jack J. Lee's writing is terse and gritty -- don't go looking for flowery prose and pages of background information ala George R.R. Martin or S.M. Stirling. The author introduces us to many characters and caricitures to flesh out the unseen war going on between the Norse Gods and Jehovah, some done well and others sketched out just enough to be interesting. The story line moves along at a good pace, and I found myself engrossed and unable to put it down.There has been criticism that his detailed description of weaponry and ammunition is unnecessary but to be honest, it fit well within the story line and was in keeping with the characters.

If you enjoy this genre and can take the religious references tongue-in-cheek and with a grain of salt, this is definitely a good read. While this book was free, I have no problem with buying the next installment, "Mythic Hero" -- I'm sure it will be worth the money.
Mmsa
I bought this book after reading the Soul Survivors series by this author. This book was not any where near as good as that series. I'm glad I read the other books first because I absolutely loved them. If I would have read this one first I wouldn't have followed up on the authors other stuff.

Fortunately he's come a long ways since this book was written. So I still recommend Jack Lee, I just didn't enjoy this particular book.
Uaha
I thoroughly enjoyed Jack's exciting and intriguing story of under dog Paladin Victor Paladin. I couldn't put this novel down once I began to read it, and have purchase the second novel. I can't wait to see how everything works out for Victor Paladin.
Sharpmane
Great action, good take on the gods and GOD but really really f uped on treating the H.E.R.O. com on man their is no way you can call soul mate and expect someone to ignore that.
Risky Strong Dromedary
A kindle freebie, if I was rating based on price, free, then I'd give it 5 stars. A good enjoyable read interesting story good action engaging characters. Usually the whole religion angle would be big red flag for me and I wouldn't bother, but this was well written engaging humorous and I would read a sequel. Not quite 4 stars where I'd be eagerly awaiting the next installment, but good enough to keep me interested and curious about what might happen in future installments.
Fearlessrunner
Loved the book. Very entertaning and have just finished reading it again. Looking forward to the next in the series but have not been able to find any information on the release but hoping it is soon.
Grunge-y, interesting to read and has a ton of neat facts about everything from mythology to reptile physiology interspersed, but the main character is a little too perfect (except for in regards to a love figure), and the ending felt a bit rushed to me. The world of the book is fabulous and writing solid - I'd definitely read another - but it just has a few flaws that give it a four rating, not five.