Magic Lost, Trouble Found
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Raine Benares (#1)
I am so far behind in reviews, and I actually forgot to shelve this book at all, but I suspect others overlook it for similar reasons to me: Primarily, the cover. It totally looks like a YA book, or perhaps even an MG one, but it's actually not. It's also probably not going to shatter your world ...
~~Moved from GR~~ Magic Lost, Trouble Found by Liz Shearin Recommended to Carly by: Snarktastic Sonja Recommended for: readers looking for light full-fantasy hardboiled spoofery Raine Benares has seen her fair share of trouble. As a member of a cheerfully amoral elven crime family, she's seen ...
This was a very nice kick off and I really enjoyed every part of it. I'm really looking forward to reading the next book and see what happens with Raine. I liked the side chars as much as Raine, but I'm not sure how I feel about Mychael. I think I like Tam more, but then again he has fangs.The book ...
The was a very enjoyable read. I liked the world and the cast of characters. Raine is a good heroine who is resourceful and smart. I liked her sense of humor too. Will definitely continue on to book 2!(Ignore the cover- it is a bit cheesy)
Okay, it reads like a pretty typical role-playing session with a smart-alec main character, but I found it a fun read. Raine is trying to make sure a friend of hers doesn't get into too much trouble stealing a magic item and she finds herself embroiled in Goblin politics and murder. She also find...