[✓ Fool's Ride || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ John L. Monk] #2020

  • Title: Fool's Ride
  • Author: John L. Monk
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Fool's Ride By John L. Monk Dan Jenkins is back, body hopping a scumbag at a time in his quest for the perfect ride He doesn t need much Premium cable TV, good books, a well stocked pantry, and he s set But the Great Whomever has other plans.After six months waiting in limbo, Dan catches a ride as a horror novelist whose gruesome stories aren t just fiction Later, he hunts a man who s escaped jusDan Jenkins is back, body hopping a scumbag at a time in his quest for the perfect ride He doesn t need much Premium cable TV, good books, a well stocked pantry, and he s set But the Great Whomever has other plans.After six months waiting in limbo, Dan catches a ride as a horror novelist whose gruesome stories aren t just fiction Later, he hunts a man who s escaped justice for far too long Then, in his greatest challenge yet, he strays too deeply into the lives of the people he loves his most foolish ride of all.
    John L. Monk
    John L Monk lives in Virginia, USA, with his wife, Dorothy A writer with a degree in cultural anthropology, he boldly does the dishes, roots out evil wherever it lurks, and writes his own stunts.

    Fool's Ride By John L. Monk


    Tammy K.
    Resuming 6 months after the ending of Kick, Fool s Ride finds Dan Jenkins jumping into the life of a famous horror author, Ernest Prescott, moments before a book signing Dan finds that his ride lives a bizarre lifestyle which may threaten the lives of others.If you enjoyed the first book of this series, you are sure to enjoy this one It full of the same edge of your seat suspenseful action I found myself cheering for Dan all the way I highly recommend this book series to readers of the Dark Fant [...]

    This didn t have as much of the vigilante fun of the first book, and the MC disappointed me by being a little passive, but it was a great progression of the story line and we find out things about the afterlife and get some theories on Dan s status.

    Carol Kean
    Joy ride, or freaky, creepy carnival ride come along for a spin.Daniel Jenkins repeatedly returns to earth in human form to atone for his sins and deliver some good old fashioned, oh, so gratifying, vigilante justice Fans of Book One, Kick, know Dan committed suicide while in college, bleeding all over the dorm room of the girl who d jilted him Horrors What in the world could entice me to spend a whole novel in the point of view of a thoughtless, self pitying loser like Dan Does the writer even [...]

    Awesome readIf you like or even read Kick you ll love this book If you haven t read Lusk I suggest you do then Fools Ride.In my opinion John Monk writes a great book It has abit of Gore at times and funny that I atually laugh out loud It can be intense at monuments but then you have your laid back time cause Dan, the main character is funny, likes to read, lay around watch t.v and eat pizza and ice cream Oh yea let s not forget donuts, lemon especially On this particular ride ,the first I should [...]

    Johanna Rae
    What an awesome sequel to Kick The lovable Dan Jenkins is back, larger than life I found this story slightly slower to get into than its predecessor, but once I was in the thick of it, it was amazing Just like the first book, once I became engrossed in the story, I found it difficult to put down.I loved that we got to see some character growth with Dan, as inevitably, so many kicks are bound to take their toll on his psyche It was great to learn about his original life and family, and interesti [...]

    4.5 rounded up.Started out a bit weaker than the first in the series, but then got quite intriguing.

    This was just as good as the first book in the series.

    I enjoyed the first book in this series so much, I immediately bought this one No regrets It didn t have quite the punch of the first book, but it did expand on Dan s background, his family, and tantalizing hints about what his existence is.I still want to know about why he was chosen to keep coming back, and what s the real reason for his body hopping I m getting into the episodic nature of each book Each person he jumps into has a unique identity and problem for Dan to work out No two hops a [...]

    Patrick Stemp
    Highly enjoyable sequel Without spoiling anything the rides get a little less cut and dry in this one Dan s rides are less likely to be standing over a body and holding a smoking gun when he takes over He has to do a little digging, and doesn t always look in the right place Rides start to overlap whoever is in charge is either messing with him, or trying to help him out Even Dan doesn t know which Great follow up to Kick.

    Randy Harmelink
    For me, this one was a bit slower than the first, but I still enjoyed it thoroughly Each ride is like Dan is peeling off the layers of an onion until we re left with the stinky bits that make you wanna cry It s fun to see just how despicable the ridees can be And who doesn t like a story of justice, where evil gets its due

    Daniel Penz
    Another great rideRarely have I torn through books as obsessively I guess the last time was back when Tom Clancy was actually good This book and Kick haunted me these past three days, and frankly I will be waiting impatiently for A fascinating read, with a surprising amount of heart Definitely worth your time

    Seriously enjoyable Just not necessarily five star writing I m a rough scorer Read it in as close to one sitting as I do these days I definitely hope Monk keeps up this series.

    Glinda Harrison
    Great sequel

    Fool s Ride didn t have much of a plot line, when compared to Kick That s not to say it had nothing In both books so far, the structure includes three separate story arcs put to gether into one large story In the first book, the overall story was a bit clear and it had an obvious, active climax Fool s Ride had a strong emotional climax There was character development in this book, which was one thing I found a bit lacking in Kick Thus the slower, emotional climax.This book was also a bit funni [...]

    Great follow up to the first book It was unexpectedly amazing It took a dark path but it shows the extreme situations that Dan can be put into The end of the story truly gave me many emotions I m still on a end of book high so all I can really say was it was great.

    Highly recommended series Glad I stumbled across it

    Gareth Otton
    It s another 4 star read for this series, but I can t say that I wasn t a little disappointed with this outing for Daniel Jenkins Before we get to that though, here s what I likedThe writing, as before, was fun, well paced and engaging Daniel is a humorous narrator, even with his slightly twisted morals, and no matter what story he is telling, it s always a pleasant read The book is easily interesting enough to keep the pages turning and, as with the last one, it is a comfortable single sitting [...]

    Caddy Rowland
    First of all, I want to disclose that I, too, writer thrillers psychological, crime, vigilante thrillers So if you re a reader who thinks I m going to give a biased review because I write this genre and happen to know the author, please move on Thank you.Personally, I think a writier in your same genre is much harder to please But please is something Monk had not failed to do in my case with either Kick or this book I was afraid the plot would wear thin After all, it s a continuation of the char [...]

    Dan is finally growing up Dan committed suicide when his first and only girlfriend dumped him He was a loner with confidence issues to start with lol When he died No Hell No Heaven Just alone in his mind no body but he could remember everything he ever read In the first book you find out Dan gets 3 week passes into random really BAD people, aka Serial killers, molesters, abusers etc and he tries to right wrongs while enjoying being human and on Earth again but before he gets kicked out by origin [...]

    C.W. Thomas
    Author John Monk continues his sharply written tale of Dan Jenkins, a man doomed to float around in the nothingness of eternity as a consequence of his selfish suicide But here s the catch every now and then Dan gets a door into another person s body, usually a criminal Dan gets to live their life for three weeks and figure out who they are, what they ve done wrong, and how to bring them to justice Is Dan an angel Is he on assignment from God This sequel to Kick starts to address some of those q [...]

    Katie Hamstead
    So reading this was off my schedule, but I loved book 1 so much I couldn t help myself.Jut like book 1, Kick, Dan s adventures start from page one as he tries to work out the weird and twisted world of his rides This time around he has some doozies, too It probably doesn t help that I m pregnant and have small children, and the victims of his rides are those two things Add in my pregnancy hormones and I was in for an emotional ride But this time, Dan s real life past returns, as well as the mini [...]

    An excellent second book in The Jenkins Cycle series Dan Jenkins has be kicked into a ride with a novelist.of seriously demented behavior He also decides that he wants to have choices in his rides and not always end up in a sick and twisted world But his latest ride brings him to a puzzling experience, having a beautiful spouse, a criminal job, and a glimpse of the family he left behind everything started.Can he try to mend the fences of the ones who lost him Or is it something that only he s be [...]

    Was this as good as the first well probably but it also wasn t new Who knows I read the first years ago and it was different Now I mean I know Dan, we re old friends This felt like a nice visit Dan s still doing Dan Inhabiting bad guys and trying to right some wrongs nd of against his will really Flubbing things up while reading and eating a bunch of donuts It felt like visiting with a friend who might either be a really bad liar or kind of insane but it breaks up the monotony of day to day life [...]

    3.5 stars rounding up to 4 stars I loved Kick, the first book in the series Fool s Ride kicks the intensity up a notch, which was good and bad I loved that decisions about the fate of Dan s rides was muddier in some cases I also liked learning of Dan s backstory The book opens with a ride that seemed far violent to me than any previous rides The sadistic nature of the characters made my very uncomfortable and almost caused me to DNF the book Luckily, that ride ended around 28% and the rest of [...]

    Really liked the first one, the premise was awesome In the first book I felt there was minimal description of what the evil creepy people did and focus on stopping the evil But this one was way descriptive, violent, graphic and seemed to have lost the the humor of the first one I stuck with it for a while hoping the funny and less descriptive story line would return with focus on ridding the world of evil scumbags but it didn t so I finally gave up and just stopped reading.

    A superb sequel to Kick Monk continues to kick around his mostly dead character, Dan Jenkins, as he deals with brutality in several guises At one point Jenkins is compelled to both analyze and be analyzed, riding into the world as a deeply corrupt psychiatrist When he parrots the patter of a man with no answers, Jenkins discovers some for himself.

    I loved the first one so I had high hopes I was hoping Dan would team up with the minister for a vigilante duo righting all wrongs spree, but the book just kind of went nowhere with a bunch of twisted stomach turning violence.

    Susan Mcreynolds
    My second ride with Dan and I loved it just as much I want and only hope John is out there fast penning the next.

    Linda Wagner
    not as good as book 1 but a good read.

    D. Campbell
    I enjoyed Fool s Ride More adventures of Dan and the writing is just as strong as in Kick I just liked Kick a bit Still a very fun book to read, though.

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