License to Ensorcell
Psychic Agent Nola O'Grady isn't sure returning to San Francisco, and living near her unusual family, is a good idea. Her job, with a psychic agency so obscure even the CIA doesn't know it exists, can be perilous, and she's afraid of the relatives getting involved.Then the Agency saddles her with... show more
Psychic Agent Nola O'Grady isn't sure returning to San Francisco, and living near her unusual family, is a good idea. Her job, with a psychic agency so obscure even the CIA doesn't know it exists, can be perilous, and she's afraid of the relatives getting involved.Then the Agency saddles her with Israeli secret agent Ari Nathan, and she has a bigger problem on her hands, because tact and compromise are not Ari's strong points. Their mission is to track down a serial killer obsessed with werewolves. He sees them everywhere and shoots whenever he thinks he has one in his sights. Ari assumes the man's psychotic, but in truth he's murdering actual werewolves. Nola should know. Her younger brother Pat, a lycanthrope, was the first victim.Can Nola's psychic talents and Ari's skill with guns keep them alive long enough to unravel the greater mystery behind the killings? Can they save the werewolves and the world while stopping Nola's family from running headlong into danger?
Publish date: February 1st 2011
Pages no: 328
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Nola O'Grady (#1)
I quite liked this book which is a bit of a fresh take on the genre - but if it hadn't been recommended by Seanan McGuire I likely never would have purchased it due to the fact that it possibly has one of the worst titles in the history of titles.
This is more of a 2.75 stars....While I like the story, or more the premise of the story there seemed to be a lot missing, and instead of it flowing well it seemed choppy...not really sure how to put into words what I felt while reading...That aside, I liked the characters and as I said the premise ...
This is not a bad book although not a great one. The story is engaging; it reads easily and fast. The San Francisco atmosphere comes through: the city’s hills and streetcars, the inescapable fog and quirky denizens. But the main characters are rather distant. They’re more than two-dimensional cardbo...
2.5 out of 3 starsLicense to Ensorcell is the first installment of the Nola O’Grady series. As with any first book in a series, I expect to see a lot of world building and character development. I didn’t really get either and the whole book was not what I expected. This is my first book by Katherine...
I really wanted to like this book. I was excited and I almost bought the second one.But I didn't.So I saved money.It's the writing. The plot had promise, the world building seemed like it was gonna be exciting but then we got to the dialogue and the weird tenses. One minute the heroine is saying tha...