Master of None
Publish date: March 30th 2010
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
Series: Gavyn Donatti (#1)
Readable but not outstanding. I had issues with the intrepretation of djinn. There was nothing distinctive about the race - they lost any traditional djinn-like qualities and ended up just a sort of generic supernatural race. I admit I was hoping for something a little more recognisable and a little...
A fun, different (for me at least) take on urban fantasy. I found it interesting that the djinn in this book are not in fact all powerful and have actual limitations and costs paid for their magic.
A fair bit too much happened in ths first book, but it was interesting. I think, with this being the author's first, a lot of it is forgivable. If Bateman grows as an author this could be a great series.I read this as an ebook and thus didnt really pay attention to the cover. I didnt realize Gavyn w...
4.5 starsFinding urban fantasy novels with male leads is not easy. Or if I do, they don't interest me as much. So, when I picked up this book, I was hoping that this would be a good one. And WOW, how this book delivers!First, the main hero, Gavyn Donatti, is pretty charming. He's a thief, who seems ...
I want the next one. is there a next one? I want it. Like...um... now... O_O