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The Shadow Commission (Dark Arts Book 3) Kindle Edition
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|Book 3 of 3 in Dark Arts|
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For The Shadow Commission
“This twisty novel puts a new spin on conspiracy theory.”―Wall Street Journal
“The Dark Arts series is a thoroughly entertaining saga.”―SFF World
For The Iron Codex:
“Bottom line, The Dark Arts is turning out to be a blast of a series and I can’t wait to read the next installment, The Shadow Commission.”―SFF World
For The Midnight Front:
“Action-packed... Emotionally and intellectually engaging, as well as viscerally satisfying." ―RT Book Reviews
A rollicking, high-stakes adventure with action tailor-made for the movies.” ―Brian Staveley, author of The Emperor’s Blades
“Smart and surprising―fun and fascinating speculation grounded in familiar history, a rich and textured variation on the magical arts, and complex characters struggling to fight the good fight. I loved it." ―Kirsten Beyer, New York Times Bestselling author of Children of the Storm
“Propulsive...Equal parts brimstone and gunpowder.” ―Kirkus Reviews
"Mack is a skilled storyteller with a gift for vivid and visceral action." ―Publishers Weekly
“The Dark Arts series hits the ground running. Exciting and smart, David Mack's secret history of World War II and the occult heroes and villains that fought it will keep you up well past midnight.” ―R. S. Belcher, author of The Six-Gun Tarot
“An epic thrill ride, taking us deep into a compelling, hypnotic vision of history as it might have been. Powerful, fast paced, and engaging.” ―Ilana C. Myer, author of Last Song Before Night
"An exciting, secret struggle of occult powers and military action. Can't wait for the next one!" ―Richard Baker, author of Valiant Dust
About the Author
Audiobook narration seized Chloe Cannon's interest when reading aloud to local seniors, who informed her that her reading sounded "just like their audiobooks!" Since then, she has narrated titles in a variety of genres, including young adult, sci-fi/fantasy, romance, self-help, thriller/suspense, and biography. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- Publication Date : August 11, 2020
- File Size : 5041 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 344 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07WZ7QS7D
- Publisher : Tor Books (August 11, 2020)
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 0765383233
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #381,812 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Although there are several series that I think are “better” these are so much fun and the pages fly by. I would easily recommend them to people not used to reading books, but loves action movies and wants to give the fantasy genre a try as long as there are no elves, dwarfs etc. Although the fantasy genre is my jam and I obviously enjoy them too. There is definitely a ending but leaves room for more installments in this world.
Lots of action, and the universe the author has created is so unique that it makes me not want to put the book down! Love the mix of Cold War intrigue with magic, which is what drew me to this series in the first place.
Overall, pretty good, but kind of lacked in character development and plot this time around, so 4 out of 5 for me. Just a bunch of new characters, that didn't really get fleshed out, that are there, then gone. Kind of confusing plot at times, the big bad was kind of...blah, so to speak, certainly not as epic as the first and second novels. But it was overall a great read, and a good conclusion to some ongoing character arcs, and the start of some new ones.
Hopefully this sets up for follow-on series, and I would love to see some of the additional characters fleshed out with their own stories about the art in new novels.
A page turner you won’t be able to put down
Twists and turns galore and the best part it’s open ended for more which I implore David Mack to do
Do yourself a favor and get the first book and get ready for an amazing ride. And don’t be daunted by all the demon names and powers.