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Crimes Against Magic - Steve McHugh
Crimes Against Magic
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Format: kindle
Publisher: Hidden Realms Publishing
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
Series: Hellequin Chronicles (#1)
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it
3.0 Crimes Against Magic
This has a lot of interesting stuff going on. He's like this chick magnet awesome guy with powers, and there are bad guys. I liked it, but it got to be too many elements added in for me. It went from present to way in the past with knights and stuff. It also brings in figures from history during...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
2.5 Crimes Against Magic (Hellequin Chronicles #1) by Steve McHugh
Nathan Garrett has had his memory taken from him and has therefore spent the last ten years knowing nothing about himself but his first and last name. He's spent the intermittent years working as a thief, using magic when necessary to get by. When a chance meeting leads little droplets of memory r...
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it
3.0 Crimes Against Magic
Good modern/urban fantasy.Nate Garrett woke up in a warehouse with no real memory of who or what he was. For 10 years he has been working as a thief with magical powers.As his past comes back to haunt him, he has to look after the people he's grown close too as they become pawns in a game that has b...
Tami rated it
4.5 Heureka! A good urban fantasy series!
This lacks a bit in the romance department, but has action galore, a solid and interesting (if not totally original) world-building, a very cool and fascinating protagonist and a quite high body count. What I liked most, was that Nathan really really was a bad ass. In the end even more than in the...
So, I Read This Book Today . . .
So, I Read This Book Today . . . rated it
4.5 Testosterone laden thrill ride between past and present Magic!
"I know what you are. You’re the thing the monsters fear.” – Ivy, The Hellequin Chronicles “If you believe, as the Greeks did, that man is at the mercy of the gods, then you write tragedy. The end is inevitable from the beginning. But if you believe that man can solve his own problems and is at no...
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