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I've read the first three books of the series and have started the fourth.
There are references to myths and supernatural creatures that are seamlessly woven into the story adding to the richness of the magical world.
This was a fast book with good humor, easy imagery, and lots of twists and turns through character confrontations.
I really enjoyed this book. It was really refreshing to have a hero, so to speak, that really wasn't powerful and had to use his wits, friends and special abilities to survive. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chris Wilson
A well realized hero and a good supporting cast. This is contemporary urban fantasy on a par with Jim Butcher's Dresden Files.Published 3 days ago by Louise Alcorn
A bragfest overheard at a panel at the 2014 Precog Convention held in Spunky Puddle, Ohio:
- Ship's Captain Ia: "...dunno, Mr. Verus. Read more
I'm a huge Jim Butcher fan, so when he recommended Benedict Jacka, I knew I needed to read this. It was a fun, engaging book, but it wasn't quite at the Dresden standard. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LJex
So I don't remember how I came across this series, but seeing the gazillion references to Jim Butcher's series caught my eye. Read morePublished 2 months ago by kazza
I really liked this first book of the series. The main character is easy to like, and the world he lives in is complicated by Magic. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DRRD