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Review of ‘The Clock Man’ by Eric Lahti

61PLc5xTXvL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_I am already a massive fan of Eric Lahti’s books Henchmen and Arise so loved the opportunity to read more of these characters. This anthology contains eight standalone stories that follow the same magic and mayhem of the novels in Lahti’s unique madcap style. They’re a great introduction to the weird and wonderful world of Henchmen for anyone who hasn’t yet read any of Lahti’s books. Reading any of these stories feels like being dropped into a surreal landscape and transported through an alternate reality where magic and violence rules. With witty dialogue and explosive action, the good guys are the bad guys and the bad guys are downright evil. Each story has whetted my appetite for finding out more about the characters, all of which are super cool. I look forward to future novels in this series.


61k3X-pQcXL._UX250_‘The Clock Man: and Other Stories’ by Eric Lahti is available for download from Amazon.

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2 thoughts on “Review of ‘The Clock Man’ by Eric Lahti

  1. AvatarIan D Moore

    As good a review as they come. Once you get your mind into that of Mr Lahti, it surely is a memorable rollercoaster ride, which reminds me, having read Henchmen, I’m about due for the sequel, Arise shortly. I’ve been missing something lately and that something is KICKASS!!

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