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Blood and Stone (Stone Soldiers #3) by [Martin, C.E.]
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  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1484871480
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  • Language: English
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This should be a film its that good had me hooked from the start, its a great idea sort of like heroes meets the the bourne identity. Martial arts refrences are good strong and accurate easy to imagine you can tell the writer has japanese martial arts experience. The charicters are good and you warm to them, long and short of it you want a fun action book thats like jumper by steven gould (much better than the hollywood film) Or Dresden files by jim butcher this is the read you have been looking for. A+++++ to C.E Martin keep up the good work we need books like this.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x95fc569c) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
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HASH(0x958080fc) out of 5 stars Better in small chunks, but a fun pulpy read. 4 Nov. 2013
By Nicolas Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Notes from the wife. I guess she was very bored, and went through this one right after book 2. She said she regretted doing that- she says the core style of these books is better in small chunks. She said that reading them for days straight, she got to be very distressed/distracted by the way the characters are written and developed. These are very pulpy novels, overpowered action heroes clashing heads, but she said she'd hoped there's be a bit more actual character development, especially since book 2 had gotten her hopes up on that front by being largely more subtle and cohesive than the characterizations on book 1.
Anyways, she said that the Mythical series is fun once in a while, or for short periods, but it's not as engrossing to pick it up and read from beginning to end. She enjoyed it, but felt that it could have balanced the pulp feel, with more realistic characters a bit better.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95808150) out of 5 stars Review of Mythical: Blood and Stone 25 Mar. 2013
By Johnny E. Rentfro - Published on Amazon.com
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Without giving away the plot, here's to the one that got away. An excellent read that, again, leaves me wanting more. Mr. Martin is growing as a writer and has woven another tale of action and adventure that at times leaves the reader turning the pages as fast as they can read, making a second read a must. Looking forward, CE, to the next installment of this fresh and original series. Thank you for inviting us into your exciting universe.
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HASH(0x9580842c) out of 5 stars A Reading the Paranormal Review 21 Aug. 2013
By Kelly Rubidoux - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Colonel Kenslir has faced some tough bad guys in his years as a soldier battling against supernaturals but I think two amorous women who don't know the meaning of the word NO might just be more than he can handle. Poor guy. His old fashioned sensibilities took a BEATING this time around.

But enough about Kenslir's non-existent bedroom shenanigans. The shapeshifting giant is back. Well, one of the shapeshifting giants, at least. And he's mad. He wants to restore his power base to what it was in the days when blood sacrifices were brought to him and he was feared and worshiped. So what does he do? He creates an undead army to enact his will. AS ONE DOES.

Kenslir and the team are up against something dangerous and deadly. The giant's ability to absorb the powers of those he consumes makes him more of a threat with every passing day. The way he's sucking the life force out of people just makes him stronger and stronger. Frankly, the fact that anyone is able to survive going a round or two with him says a lot about their various abilities.

The world here is continuing to expand with new characters (hello, horny vampire!) and potential new enemies. Josie's abilities are growing and the newest soldiers are learning their way around their strength.

Good stuff!

-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
HASH(0x95808954) out of 5 stars A Bloody Mess in Mexico! 6 July 2016
By Guardsix - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This one seemed like a short story, but I don’t think it would qualify as that short. It seemed to go really fast. I guess the reason it did is that you should already be familiar with most of the characters by now, having read the fist two books, right? Well, if you didn’t read the first two books first, then you’re kind of strange and probably lost and sick. Yeah, these stories, if you’re not familiar with the Stone Soldier series, could easily make you sick.

This is a continuation of all the blood and guts spilling we had in the other two books. Without going into the whole background of the story, we have a giant shapeshifter who was created some where around the time before Noah and the flood. He survived some how in a tomb that was uncovered by modern day man and promptly opened which brought this creature to life. Now he lives by consuming the hearts of humans! Yes, he just walks up to you, sticks his huge six-fingered hand under your sternum and up your rib cage until he has he hand around your beating heart. Then he just rips it out! Of course you’re sill alive while this is all going on and even after he stands in front of you with your beating heart in his hand, you kind of notice that he starts eating it, and then you fall over dead.

The creature in this book is called Tezcahtlip. I’ll let you figure out how to pronounce that. Anyway, he’s the surviving brother of two giants that were in the last book, one of which was thankfully killed by Colonel Mark Kenslir. Col. Kenslir, as you recall, is the Commander of Section 1039, Special Operation cell, a.k.a. Black Sabers. His group has become a mixture of survivors. Josie is a young kid, about 18, who’s there because she was a kidnap victim and well, kind of special to Col. Kenslir. Then her boy friend, Jimmy, who is, or was a scrawny kid Josie knew back in neighborhood who also got kidnapped. Jimmy is dead, but also alive sometimes. There are three other Stone Soldiers which I won’t go into detail on since you can read about them yourself. Let’s just say, they need to help Col. Kenslir fight this giant shapeshifter or everyone’s going to die a slow and painful death, again.

Tezcahtlip goes to Alcatraz where the US has consolidated all the parahumans that have been caught doing something illegal. Here they are drugged into oblivion without anyone caring much about how long they stay that way. Tezchatlip also inherits the abilities and memories of any who he eats. So he stops off at Alcatraz and begins to eat. Then he see a lovely female doctor who he decides must have a delicious heart so he rips it from her and consumes it right in front of her. She dies and then later jumps on Tezcahtlip’s back and starts ripping his body apart! Ok, yes, I said she died, but since she’s a vampire, she can’t really die just by losing her heart. So, Tezcahtlip decides he eaten everyone in Alcatraz and is really getting annoyed with this crazy lady on his back, he changes into his usual form of a monstrous red dragon and flies off for Mexico.

OK, now is where the rest of the story starts. Col. Kenslir comes to Alcatraz to see all the damage and he recruits the young vampire doctor making sure she promises not to eat anyone, suck their blood out or suck their life-force from them. Then the entire team heads for Mexico. Read the bloody book to find out what happens from here on.

Ok, if you don’t like blood and guts, then it would be best you stayed away from this series. After three books of the stuff, I’m getting kind of acclimated to the messy parts, but there sure is a lot of it. If it’s not someones heart being ripped out, then it’s bones breaking and brains getting dissolved or whatever unpleasant thing you can imagine. I like the writing although this would be best presented in a comic book than just a normal ebook. I think I might read some more stories of the Stone Soldiers, but for now, I think I’ll read a Winnie-the-Poo book so I can calm down.
HASH(0x9580896c) out of 5 stars Girl Power!!!! 17 April 2015
By Golden R Richardson - Published on Amazon.com
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The first two books were introductory in storyline. #3 is action packed filled with non-stop thrills. I had to keep reading because I needed to see how it was going to end, and what an ending or as another beginning??? Await, ordering #4 right now. CE Martin get as script ready, I can see a series, but only on a channel that would be true to books.
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