Book Review: NO HERO, by Jonathan Wood

I’ve finally gotten around to doing the “official” book review of NO HERO by Jonathan Wood. Quality work by Wood here; great one-liners, outrageous characters, and a wonderful climax.

The main character is a former police detective brought into a crumbling secret government agency that alone is responsible for stopping Cthuloid horrors from consuming the world.

Everyone thinks he’s a tough, decisive guy, but once you’re inside his head, he’s a lot deeper than that. He ends up being an insecure James Bond working against supernatural evil. Why insecure? Because he believes he is “no hero,” but everyone else knows he is.

Four out of five tentacular horrors.

Great book, buy it here.

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