!!> PDF ⚦ The Henchmens Book Club ✐ Author Danny King – Buyphenergan500.us

The Henchmens Book Club Mark Jones Is A Henchman For Hire He Guards Bunkers, Patrols Perimeters And Stands Around In A Boiler Suit Waiting To Get Knocked Out By Ninjas This Is His Job He S Worked For Some Of The Most Notorious Super Villains The World Has Ever Known Doctor Thalassocrat, Victor Soliman, Polonius Crump Mark Was With Each Of Them When They Met Their Makers At The Hands Of British Secret Service Super Spy, Jack Tempest And Lived To Tell The Tale If Not Pay The Bills Still For Every Hour Under Gunfire There Are Weeks If Not Months Of Sitting Around On Monorails So Jones Starts A Book Club With His Fellow Henchmen To Help Pass The Time It Was Only Meant To Be A Bit Of Fun It Was Never Meant To Save The World.

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    Look out The evil minions are gathered in a top secret hiding place They re here to discussThe Time Traveler s Wife That s right The henchmen have a book club Suddenly, the sound of bombs and gunfire fill the night When it s all over, you can bet there s hell to payWhat were you doing Drinking or something No actually, we were reading, Reading Jesus What were you reading he asked Anything good Henchmen Who are they really As book club leader, Mark Jones explains,we re Look out The evil minions are gathered in a top secret hiding place They re here to discussThe Time Traveler s Wife That s right The henchmen have a book club Suddenly, the sound of bombs and gunfire fill the night When it s all over, you can bet there s hell to payWhat were you doing Drinking or something No actually, we were reading, Reading Jesus What were you reading he asked Anything good Henchmen Who are they really As book club leader, Mark Jones explains,we re not the bad guys We just occasionally work for them These are the men who work for the REALLY bad guys, supervillains who have secret hideouts deep inside volcanoes They have names like Connaughtard Cottletrophff, Zillion Silverfish, Polonius Crump, and Condoleezza Vice They are villains armed with enough gadgets to make James Bond pop a woody And their plans are to take over the w...


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    Mark Jones is a henchman they don t like to be called, goons it s insulting and quite possibly some kind of ist as well He works for Evil Geniuses a la Goldfinger or Dr Evil and the occasional used bookstore He s not necessarily a good guy or a bad guy he s just some schlub trying to pay his mortgage Throughout the book, he s constantly in the line of fire and constantly about to die Overall, he s a pretty interesting guy to follow around Inconceivably, Mark and the henchmen read Mark Jones is a henchman they don t like to...


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    May contain some small spoilers or, at the very least, some hints This novel was a very fun read I gave it 5 stars, even though the editing proof reading My usual number one complaint was not stellar What it lacked in editing finesse, it makes up for in ingenuity, humor, style and fun.Danny King is British The book cover proclaims that he is One of Britain s best kept literary secrets That is a sentiment with which I strongly agree Where has this author been hiding all my reading lif May contain some small spoilers or, at the very least, some hints This novel was a very fun read I gave it 5 stars, even though the editing proof reading My usual number one complaint was not stellar What it lacked in editing finesse, it makes up for in ingenuity, humor, style and fun.Danny King is British The book cover proclaims that he is One of Britain s best kept literary secrets That is a sentiment with which I strongly agree Where has this author been hiding all my reading life He is obviously well published His list of other books has 14 entries, plus one television show Thieves Like Us in 2007 , the film Wild Bill in 2012 and two plays one made from one of his novels And he obviously likes writing from the perspective of the traditional bad guy Here are a few of his titles The Burglar Diaries, The Bank Robber Diaries, The Hitman Diaries, School for Scumbags, Milo s Marauders, and The Executioners Sensing a theme here are we Neverthe...


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    review shortened from my blog for brevity I m usually not for action and adventure, but there was something about the premise of stereotypically burly, scary killers having such a gentle and intelligent hobby that they like to do in their free time I m glad I picked up and read the book, because it was a fantastic read There were many, many parts in the book where I couldn t help laughing, which was an issue since I read next to my sleeping toddler Oh, those were the moments I had to put the review shortened from my blog for brevity I m usually not for action and adventure, but there was something about the premise of stereotypically burly, scary killers having such a gentle and intelligent hobby that they like to do in their free time I m glad I picked up and read the book, because it was a fantastic read There were many, many parts in the book where I couldn t help laughing, which was an issue since I read next to my sleeping toddler Oh, those were the moments I had to put the book away Anyway, minor spoilers ahead Overview The book is told through first person in Mark Jones s point of view, and we follow him over the years as his little reading hobby turns into a powerful force This book doesn t highlight one event we get to follow him along as he works for evil villains, gets thwarted by heroic spies, faces injuries and capture, trains future Affiliates as part of the organization where evil villains hire their hen...


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    This one is proving a bit difficult for me to review The book starts out with a very meaty hook, capturing my attention right out of the gate The pacing overall wasn t too bad, with the action nicely spaced throughout.Characters come and go with surprising frequency, leaving me several times uncertain or unable to remember if this was a particular characters first appearance or not As a side note, there isn t even a token main female character anywhere in the entire book ...


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    Alright, alright, I give up my book club isn t as bad ass as Mark Jones But I suppose a bunch of lady civil servants working desk jobs didn t have a shot against a bunch of henchmen liberated from life in prison unless it s these ladies The Henchmen s Book Club was a free download that caught my attention because of its title obviously I tend to have low expectations for those freedownloads, but I was not disappointed with this one It s narrated by Mark Jones, a British hen Alright, alright, I give up my book club isn t as bad ass as Mark Jones But I suppose a bunch of lady civil servants working desk jobs didn t have a shot against a bunch of henchmen liberated from life in prison unless it s these ladies The Henchmen s Book Club was a free download that caught my attention because of its title obviously I tend to have low expectations for those freedownloads, but I was not disappointed with this one It s narrated by Mark Jones, a British henchman employed by the Agency you know, the organization that supervillains call when they need henchmen for their nefarious deeds This entails a lot of standing around, guarding vending machines, etc., and so Mark does what is only logical he starts a book club I like his style.Anyway, I can honestly say that there was really only one thing I didn t like, and it was the portrayal of women, all four of them The first two are nagging harpies, an...


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    This was a humorous book that didn t litter every page with forced jokes The super spies the main character runs into were very entertaining The background of the story was well thought out and very detailed especially in terms of the how the Agency operates It was exactly what one would expect in a world of bumbling secret agents and supervillians The main negative for me was the length of the book While the story never gets particularly slow, it does go on forever I kept checking the p This was a humorous book that didn t litter every page with forced jokes The super spies the main character runs into were very ent...


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    Of you ve ever wondered where the likes of Dr Julius No, Mr Big Hugo Drax get their henchmen from you re about to find out And, watch out, their bookclub is deadly.A hilarious pastiche on Moore era Bond.


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    Meet Mark Jones not his real name aka Mr Jones, henchman for hire to the latest megalomaniac Whilst the world s super villains are setting out to melt the North Pole tilt the world on its axis steal the Eiffel Tower, Mr Jones is just the ordinary bloke guarding the vending machine in the corridor of the underground base With a mortgage he wouldn t wish on his worst enemy , Mr Jones is constantly in search of the next big payday if only those James Bond style super spies would stop scu Meet Mar...


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    Ok, that was some funny shit right there This was the first Danny King book I d ever read, but I m 100% sure it won t be the last I think I laughed the whole way through It even improved my mood after having a spat with my other half It takes a lot to do that, but The Henchmen s Book Club was up to the task Mark Jones is an Affiliate, a henchman for hire, and a good one at that He s managed to survive far longer than many in an undeniably deadly job It seems every Goldfinger wannabe has a Ok, that was some funny shit right there This was the first Danny King book I d ever read, but I m 100% sure it won t be the last I think I laughed the whole way through It even improved my mood after having a spat with my other half It takes a lot to do that, but The Henchmen s Book Club was up to the task Mark Jones is an Affiliate, a henchman for hire, and a good one at that He s managed to survive far longer than many in an undeniably deadly job It seems every Goldfinger wannabe has a few piranha tanks or hungry alligators about He s also a man after my own heart, a dedicated bibliophile He likes to read and, surprising...

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