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I had just tried the first book in the author's Magicals Anonymous series and couldn't get into it. Many of the reviews of that book stated that this series was much better, so I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by BookWyrm
I quite enjoyed this book. Coming from left field with the dragged through the electricity wires, but it rolled along really well. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
the first book in a very enjoyable series.
its always a relief to find a good series that isn't a romance novel pretending to be urban fantasy. Read more
The writing style made it impossible for me to get into the story.
I read about 10% when I finally decided that dragging myself through the pages in hopes of betterment... Read more
Though I greatly enjoyed both books this author wrote under her other pseudonym of Claire North, the only two people whom I both follow and reviewed this had extremely opposite... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Christopher Jones
A good example of urban fantasy.
Best: sublime descriptions of magic in the city and poetry embedded In the narrative as a means of getting at the stream of consciousness of... Read more
An interesting take on urban sorcery. It seemed to plod at times but I still found it engrossing.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some people love Kate Griffin, but she's a 'meh' for me. The premise had potential, but what de-relished it for me was the endless pendantic prose. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Phyllis Aisbet
I really love this book. The premise is just so different. I love the way magic works, and what it is to be a Sorcerer. The Bikers were really interesting as well. Read morePublished 10 months ago by MLE