The acclaimed Asylum Tales continue
Wizard and tattoo artist Gage escaped the dread Ivory Towers, but no one can outrun his past forever. The wizards know Gage is using forbidden magic, and they will stop at nothing—even destroying cities—to stop him . . . and the nascent human uprising.
This book is pretty good. I don't think you'll need to read the one's before it to enjoy it. It's good urban fantasy.Published 5 months ago by Haggielady
A reasonably well done follow-up to the initial book ("Angels Ink") in this series. The scope increase is immense, almost too large, dealing with The Towers, Mother Nature,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is an exciting story of conflict with the magical powers that be and one lone warlock's quest to survive and overcome their oppression. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gink1 "David"
There are small kindnesses in Dead Man's Deal. They are few and far between, and come in unexpected places, but they are enough to turn small tides for wizard-cum-hero, Gage... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alice in Vunderland
I just couldn't finish the book. I tried on several occasions but I just couldn't. It feels like the author has tried to mesh several other popular writers styles and it doesn't... Read morePublished 9 months ago by bookwise
Not your average magic in the modern day tale. There were moments in the book that I teared up and with urban fantasy that isn't a common occurrence. Read morePublished 10 months ago by William Clemo
Dead Man's Deal (The Asylum Tales, #2) by Drake, Jocelynn
The second novel in the Asylum Tales series is better that the first. Read more