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The Double Life of Incorporate Things (Magic Most Foul) (Volume 3) Paperback – November 29, 2013
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"This second Magic Most Foul book picks up where the first left off, offering enough background details for even readers new to the series to be swept up in the excitement. Natalie is an independent, courageous heroine who rises above the limits of 1880's New York, and the text highlights her as Jonathon's partner despite their differences in class status or the restrictions of nineteenth-century society... Fans of the popular trends in paranormal romance will devour this unique book and eagerly await the third installment." Meghann Meeusen, VOYA on THE TWISTED TRAGEDY OF MISS NATALIE STEWART
"Despite the 1880 setting and rich language, the characters and story remain completely relatable to teens. Natalie is a strong protagonist dealing with both boys and demons. She also has to interact with an older female mentor, a younger female protégé, and a jealous peer. The differences in the ways in which she relates to each of these women, as well as to the men in her life, make her a realistic and sympathetic character. Despite the glut of magical fantasy titles on the shelf, this is one worth recommending to teen readers" -Sunnie Sette, School Library Journal, Twisted Tragedy
From the Author
I hope my readership will love this conclusion of the Magic Most Foul saga as much as I enjoyed writing it! In this saga not only was I able to bring Natalie and Jonathon's direct conflicts and dangers to a dramatic conclusion but I was able to introduce themes, concepts and characters that will continue on into my next Gaslamp Fantasy saga, THE ETERNA FILES, a dark. complex and costly search for immortality featuring an epic cast of characters. (Beginning in 2014 with Tor / Forge.) So please take a moment to enjoy this beloved hero and heroine and meet some of the ETERNA crew here in DOUBLE LIFE. Happy haunting! Cheers and thanks for reading - Leanna
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Top Customer Reviews
There were plot lines that I was glad to see resolved. :)
The Double Life of Incorporate Things was sadly mostly boring to me. It felt like Natalie, Jonathan, and Evelyn spent a lot of time talking about taking down the society. Then a lot of time making their plans, then even more time travelling before they could even do anything. Then there's Natalie's constant "I want to be with you! Don't leave me!" with Jonathan. She knows he has to go back to England to handle his estate which will be dangerous if they realize he's no longer possessed. She also knows that she's perfectly capable of just going with him! Since when does Natalie needs anyone's permission to do anything?
The last few chapters of The Double Life of Incorporate Things were great. The characters finally get down to business, and the Society throws some curve balls their way. It was quite exciting and emotional. I just wish the rest of the book had been as engaging. I did like how not everything was perfectly tied up in a bow. Natalie may have stopped the immediate threat, but she and her group can't be rid of all of the evil that easily. However, peace has been restored to New York City once again.
Natalie is as brave and stubborn as ever in this book. I have always loved and respected character's like Natalie who will do anything for the ones that they love and the good of humanity. Jonathan and Natalie have some relationship troubles in this book and watching them work though them gives even more proof they are soul mates. I was happy that Hieber didn't have a love triangle as Natalie and Jonathan are perfect together and that just would have added drama that wasn't needed. I didn't like how in this book Jonathan tried to protect Natalie so much. He should have known by now she is very capable of protecting herself.I did understand Jonathan wanting to do some things on his own. Anyone would want after being imprisoned to reassert their freedom. Nathaniel and Lavina both play a big role in this book and since I am in love with their characters it was wonderful to see more of them.
The Final Battle didn't go down at all like I thought. But in the end even if I didn't see it coming,it really couldn't have ended any other way. You get to see Sergeant Patt once more and he may or may not have changed his mind about a few things since book 1. Hieber weaves a wonderful tale of the paranormal that is unique,exciting,suspenseful,Gothic,and celebrates the power of love and goodness over evil. This is the saddest and happiest book in the series as is the tradition of last books. It was sad to say goodbye to these characters but I am very happy I will see more of some of them in The Eterna Files.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Content Rating: PG-13
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