Reluctant Gods II - The Demon Seth

Reluctant Gods II - The Demon Seth

by A J Aaron


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Reluctant Gods II - The Demon Seth 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Jihanef More than 1 year ago
This book series keeps getting better. Always been a big fan of mythology and this book is no exception. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This second book continues the good versus bad story that started with Reluctant Gods I, but can still be read on its own. It has a slightly different flavor than the first book since it is more overtly sexual. However, it was nice to continue on with the main characters of the first novel and see them continue to grow.
Lady_Amethyst More than 1 year ago
I was not as impressed or into this book as the first one. As a matter of fact this book was VERY hard to read in comparison. I like the myth, legend and religious component. However, this book became more focused on sexuality, alcoholism, good choices vs bad choices, poking at certain beliefs and a Demon that I found beyond disgusting. This was not as enjoyable as the first book and I would not recommend this book for anyone that is easily offended or has sensitivity issues towards any of the items mentioned in this review.
nlnugen More than 1 year ago
Reluctant Gods II: The Demon Seth has a darker, but humorous toning to it. It shows how overrated being immortal and god-like is. There is some humor sprinkled in here, as well as a few digs at conventional religion. It tries to run like a mythology, but loses that in favor of the fantasy aspect. There is usually an amount of immaturity associated with making choices as a god, and some reactionary things happen but these add to rather than detract from the book. This is a good read and there will be a few chuckles that escape about some of the exploits of these characters.
mebookreader More than 1 year ago
I did not enjoy this as much as the first one. Grandmother wants to come to life in the modern world. Doing spells. I thought it was hard to read. It reminded me of ancient Greek mythology.