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For Heaven's Eyes Only (Secret Histories Series #5)

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  • Posted August 5, 2011

    Good story; ePub formatting issues

    The sory is good and Mr. Green is finally moving away from all the cliched James Bond references. He is still including cameos of characters from his Nightside series, but this doesn't feel like a cheat the way his use of Giles Deathstalker in an earlier story did. Eddie Drood and friends (and enemies and family) has finally come into his own. There is a problem with formatting in the ePub version, but I don't think this is Mr. Green's fault. In several places the opening quotation marks are missing from a conversation. This makes following the conversation more difficult than it needs to be. I hope these missing quotes are in the print version. (I just did a quick search of my notes and found I had marked thirty instances of missing quotation marks. For $13 [more than a paperback] I don't think having these flaws is acceptable.)

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  • Posted May 10, 2011

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    The latest Secret Histories urban (and mountain) fantasy (see From Hell with Love) is a superb thriller

    Eddie "Shaman Bond" Drood, his lover Molly Metcalf the witch and his family defend humanity against evil paranormal monsters. Eddie and Molly learn of a horrific Satanist plot from beyond when his spirit was a prisoner in Limbo and she came to take him home to Drood Hall. Needing help, Eddie enlists his Uncles the Armourer and the Librarian and Molly's sister Isabella.

    The team finds further evidence of the Great Sacrifice project that has been deployed in Little Stoke. A confused Eddie and Molly obtain assistance from Ammonia vom Acht the telepath to enable the Librarian to fully function. As they dig deeper, neither Eddie, Molly or the rest of team anticipated the betrayal that leaves their side tottering towards hell since the armor fails while earth is being turned into a supernatural battlefield with a paranormal weapons commodity market thriving in the Himalayas.

    The latest Secret Histories urban (and mountain) fantasy (see From Hell with Love) is a superb thriller that has the Drood brood trying to save the world. The story line is fast-paced and satirically over the top of the Himalayas as Eddie's zoo crew is certifiable, but then again who would not be if they were fighting supernatural monsters. With a lampooning nod to James Bond in an urban fantasy earth, fans will relish For Heavens Eyes Only and await the direct sequel Live and Let Drood.

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  • Posted July 18, 2014

    Addicted

    I've become addicted to this Author. The great thing is, I just became enamored late in his career and have the advantage of being able the keep up with most of this series. I have read him before, so have to struggle through remembering which ones in his other works I have read. Buy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2013

    Meh

    I normally enjoy Simon R. Greens imagery and wit and was hooked on the Secret Histories Series after reading From Hell with Love. However, For Heaven's Eyes Only left me a bit bored. It was repetitive and frankly a bit monotonous.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2012

    A solid chapter in the series.

    Book five of the ongoing supernatural spy series, and a good read. In this outing, the Drood family faces a resurgent Satanist conspiracy. Yes, Satanist, as in devil worshippers who revel in human sacrifices. Ongoing traitors in the Drood family continually hamper Eddie and his family as they try to wipe out this new conspiracy, and their mysterious Grand Sacrifice. A lot of twists and turns along the way, including some unexpected and terribly poignant sacrifices among the Drood. Along the way, Eddie comes face-to-face with the realization that sometimes his motives are not amongst the purest, and put his own soul in jeopardy. My only disappointment is that one of the betrayers is telegraphed fairly early and obviously, and I wanted to hit Eddie upside the head to warn him of the impending knife in the back. And just as in the previous book, the ending is a bit of a cliffhanger, leading directly (one hopes) into the next book. I guess I'll find out for sure soon.

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  • Posted January 21, 2012

    One of better of this series

    Drood is a gas and complements John Taylor well (tales from the nightside). This series seemsto be getting better (and wilder) as it goes along.

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  • Posted November 22, 2011

    Eddie Drood Rocks!!!

    This is one awesome book. It starts off pratically where the last one left off and it is a rolling rocking rollercoaster ride. From page one to the last page. I would recommend this one for anyone that has been reading the series. And if you haven't read the Secret Histories series what are you waiting for. Eddie Drood and Molly Metcalf are awesome!

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  • Posted October 9, 2011

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    Have read every book by him- one of his best!

    His best yet! Looks at religion and love and the lengths that people go to for those people that they love.

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