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The Green Man's Foe

Green Man's Heir, Book 2
Narrated by: Alister Austin
Length: 10 hrs and 33 mins
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The Green Man’s Foe is a modern fantasy rooted in the ancient myths and folklore of the British Isles from best-selling author Juliet E. McKenna. 

When you do a good job for someone, there’s a strong chance they’ll offer you more work or recommend you elsewhere. So Daniel Mackmain isn’t particularly surprised when his boss’ architect brother asks for his help on a historic house renovation in the Cotswolds. Except Dan’s a dryad’s son, and he soon realises there’s a whole lot more going on. Ancient malice is stirring, and it has made an alliance in the modern world. The Green Man expects Dan to put an end to this threat. Seeing the danger, Dan’s forced to agree. The problem is he’s alone in a place he doesn’t know, a hundred miles or more away from any allies of his own.

©2019 Juliet E. Mckenna (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • Sandy M
  • 14-12-19

Disappointed

Finished the Green Man’s Heir, and started book 2 right away. Wow, what happened?

Half way through the book, and still trying to find a plot or reason for this book. Added ways to many new people, which have no purpose either. Daniel still in story, but for what, no story or purpose for him either.

Drugs, drugs, drugs, the F-Bomb dropped FAR too much.

Why not continue with story lines established in book one? Learn about Daniels family, especially his mother?

How very sad, and what a waste of a credit