Magic at the Gate
Format: library binding
Publish date: August 15th 2011
Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc.
Edition language: English
Series: Allie Beckstrom (#5)
I enjoy this series but at the same time it annoys me. Very back and forth with the allies and her dad. I also wish it would get to unanswered questions sooner. Lots left open in this series, little by little with each book more is reveled. As the series goes on it does get better just a slow road.
4 stars. Read last year.I don't remember disliking the narration. Hmm. Curious.
A rather lacklustre entry to the series. I had high hopes that the new setting, the trip into Death, would revive my waning interest in this series. Nothing like a change of scenery to perk you up, right?Wrong!Well, in Monk's hands it's wrong, anyway. The descriptions of the World of the Dead were s...
I didn't like it as much as the last one, I think it's a transitional book. I did like Stone and Shame.
The soul of Zayvion Jones, Allie Beckstrom's lover, is trapped in the realm of death. His body is in the real world, in a coma. Allie makes a decision to bring Zay's soul back, since she is his Soul Complement. Accompanied by her (dead) father, and Stone (her pet gargoyle), Allie enters the gate of ...
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