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Fury: An Urban Fantasy & Mystery, Book 1 (The Fae Awakening) Kindle Edition
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"A tale filled with intrigue, deceit, anger and most of all love, an interesting and exciting read." - Goodreads
"O'Shire was able to pack all the hallmarks of a fun engaging mystery/action story in Fury without sacrificing pacing." - Big Book Energies
"Fast-paced, non-stop action with several unexpected twists right up until the end." - Goodreads
From the Author
I wrote Fury and it morphed into much more than I thought it would be. I set out to write a smaller story, creating an entire arc for an urban fantasy with book two, Revenge, in editing and preparation for an early 2019 release. I have 2 more Fae Awakening books in the planning phase and a multitude of short stories to accompany the main line.
It has been an exciting adventure writing about leprechauns, ogres, gargoyles, and other beasts. I hope you enjoy this start to my series.
- ASIN : B07KYXXS8V
- Publication date : November 28, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 6867 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 153 pages
- Lending : Enabled
Best Sellers Rank:
#1,294,273 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #3,745 in Dragons & Mythical Creatures Fantasy (Kindle Store)
- #6,986 in Action & Adventure Fantasy (Kindle Store)
- #8,863 in Fantasy Adventure Fiction
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It moves at a brisk pace, which has its ups and downs. It kept me turning the pages, but I wished I had a little more time to fall in love with all the characters. The two that stand out are, of course, Hunter and Kawa. But who wouldn't fall in love with a frolicking, gentle bigfoot character?
The fae in this universe are wonderfully imagined and each fae had a unique touch. A brownie that loves honey and gets beastly when angry, goblins that are terrible at finishing projects, and of course, a flaming unicorn -- I loved them all! There were a few gods hanging around the bar, too. I'd be interested in knowing more about them.
O'Shire didn't give away too much in this first book, so I'm definitely looking forward to the second. I want to know more about the fae and about Hunter. The end is a cliffhanger...
Andy and Brad are two hapless humans whose eyes are unexpectedly opened to what ELSE exists in their world. When Andy is grievously injured, Hunter vows to discover who is behind all the chaos erupting around him.
Wow! This book grabs you from the first senrence! Action packed, dangerous situations, yet still a chance for redemption for Hunter and George. Highly recommend to anyone that enjoys paranormal tales!
By James McGinnis on April 5, 2021
Hunter’s partner takes on an assignment from a leprechaun that no one trusts. He isn’t thrilled but the job pays very well. He and his team are to find a monstrous unicorn who is dripping black goo and flames as it kills several humans. Presumably the leprechaun is more concerned because the unicorn has destroyed a work site at one of his investment projects.
Hunter is called in by the police investigator to view the scene of one of the killings where he finds a charred building and a woman killed with a hole in her chest. While watching the video of the attack Hunter notices a specific detail that may help his search for the creature. He also becomes aware of two witnesses, humans Brad and Andy, who do not know about the Fae world. Hunter must protect them as he moves forward with his investigation.
Hunter pulls together his team members to help work on the cases. There is a woman who is a brownie who can be helpful at home until her anger rises. Then there is the bartender who I think is an ogre and a wonderfully beastly creature, Kawa, who reminds the boys of Chewbacca of Star Wars --- or maybe a Yeti? And let’s not forget the help from Henry, the gargoyle.
While Hunter and the team work to track and capture the dangerous unicorn, Hunter is trying to avoid an angry goblin who wants the ‘treasure’ he engaged Hunter to steal. Meanwhile authorities are seeking to question Kawa about some other crimes.
This is a quick, short fantasy that pulled me in. I enjoyed the crazy set of characters and the world building. The specific plot is engaging too – who doesn’t like unicorns? This story reaches an appropriate end although there is a good bit of character history and side issues that remain unanswered for further stories. I recommend this to readers who enjoy Fae related fantasy.