- File Size: 590 KB
- Print Length: 284 pages
- Publication Date: July 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073YHWGJB
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,296 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Misfit Witchcraft (Misfits Book 2) Kindle Edition
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There are four primary differences between The Misfits and other books, though. First, the students are older than in books such as the Harry Potter series; they’re closer to college undergrads in terms of age. Second, the school they’re attending is neither all male nor coed, but an all female academy in a world where men are the primary source of mage— other schools of magecraft won’t even accept young women. Third and most interesting, all the characters in the book are dragon shifters. All of them— it’s a world without humans.
Oh, the fourth? They’re pretty much all lesbians. Neill Teasdale really likes lesbians, and writes about them in other of his works as well. I know there are some lesbians who object to men writing about lesbians (and I’m taking it for granted someone named Neill is a man— if not his parents have a lot to answer for), but I’m not amongst them. So long as the sex is consensual and part of the plot, I don’t mind it.
The Misfits aren’t great literature. They aren’t even great fantasy (and the computer “drawn” covers are kind of awful). But they are quick, fun reads, and sometimes that’s just what we need.
I can't wait for the next misfit book, but I think we will see one next year.
There is nothing I didn't like so I can't give any bad critics. Misfit is excellent fun, buy it!
Niall even keeps the sex down to a low simmer, not allowing it to destroy the surprises he tries to sneak into the plot.
It was a fun tale, or really 2 tales as the first problem gets solved and then the group heads off to investigate another mystery.
One of Niall's more entertaining series
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Some good opportunities to write deeper stories dropped