My only complaint about this book is that there doesn’t seem to be any normal kind of guys who rise to heroic deeds. The male protagonists are way larger than life, reveling in physical mayhem and then showing up in a silk shirt with passionate plans.
The stories are harder to believe than the sword and sorcery or space operas that I prefer. That doesn’t mean that the books won’t cause heaving bosoms and shortness of breath in the gender targeted audience. (I don’t think I have ever typed the word bosom before.)
What is truly dismaying is that I didn’t find the book repugnant. I enjoyed the stories. I can’t decide if this means that I am a manly man in touch with my feminine side or a major woos. (Word defined woos as to woo, but the Urban dictionary clearly states woos is a synonym for wimp.) I am sure you can guess which description I favor. (at least in my own mind.)
I recommend the book.
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