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Maggie Goes to Hollywood (Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker) (Volume 6) Paperback – April 1, 2016
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Kate Danley began her writing career as an indie author in 2010. Since then, her books have been published by 47North, she spent five weeks on the USA Today bestseller list, has been honored with various awards, including the Garcia Award for Best Fiction Book of the Year, and her Maggie MacKay series has been optioned for film and television development. Her play, Building Madness, won the prestigious Panowski Playwriting Award. Her works have been produced in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Canada, and the UK. She has over 300+ film, television, and theatre credits to her name, and specializes in sketch, improv, and Shakespeare. She wrote sketch for a weekly show in Hollywood and has performed her original stand-up at various clubs in LA. She learned on-camera puppetry from Mr. Snuffleupagus and played the head of a 20-foot dinosaur on an NBC pilot. She lost on Hollywood Squares.
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Top customer reviews
I realized that I like some parts of this book: the world-building is fairly solid; the paranormal powers are believable if a little campy; it has a decently humorous character in the form of Maggie's mom; fairly interesting plot that clearly has some "big picture" lurking out there.
But, there's something I don't like: I don't like Maggie. She's flat and one-dimensional. She doesn't have hobbies. She doesn't have friends. She doesn't have former love interests. There's nothing quirky or even very likeable about her. I don't even like her snarkiness.
Danley's secondary characters - Maggie's sister, Maggie's mom, Maggie's partner Killian-the-elf have more going for them. I like Killian - he has hobbies; he's snarky but also coy and sly; he clearly has a past. There's really more to him than there is to Maggie.
I'm going to finish the book and update my review, but I'm not reading for the main character's development - I'm reading for everything else.
A new evil has set up home, in Hollywood no less.
I loved the newest book in the Maggie MacKay series. It was great to see old characters and meet new ones along the way. Never a dull story when you dive into Maggie’s world.
As far as grammar, spelling, and punctuation I had to take off an entire bookgasum due to the same issue between 5-10 times. Wrong words were used. Completely wrong words were used, not misspellings or similar words but completely wrong words like using ‘driveway’ when you mean ‘peanut butter’. I feel by the time a writer has re-read their work, it is read by 2 beta readers, relatives and an editor or some combination of these the errors I found should never have been there, especially the number of them that I found. I expect better than this from an author with so many good books on her shelf. These errors made me stop reading to figure out what was going on and then to wonder why they were not caught and fixed before publication. This is one of my three top peeves when I am reading.
The storyline was great. It brought a return of some of the great characters you will find in Maggie’s world. This time though we may need to find new characters to hate as some of those we thought were enemies are now frienemies. Ms Danley does a great job of keeping her readers guessing and second guessing.
If you loved the first five books in the series then rest assured you will love this one too. You won’t want to put the book down until the very end and then you will be looking to see when book seven will be released.
If you are new to Maggie, then please start with book one in the series so you can get the character development from the very beginning.
A must read series!
If the series is about to end, dwindling away probably isn't the best way to go.
I enjoy the characters and don't want to see them digress in preparation for leaving the scene...
Just a sense I get
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