Publish date: 2015-01-16
Pages no: 217
Edition language: English
Series: Yancy Lazarus (#1)
[I received a copy of this book through NetGalley.]A fun enough read in the UF genre, even though it dragged enough in places, and some things would've needed more development.This book is packed with grit, action and magic suited to it, with a no-nonsense main character who wasn't the most interest...
I quite liked this one!I need to further explain myself. It was a great no-nonsense, no-thinking required kind of read, which is perfect for relaxing after a long day's work. Do not expect deep thoughts or a very interesting magic system though. I can really understand it when people are put off by ...
This book reads so much like it wants to be a Dresden Files novel, right down to some likely coincidental but marked parallels. I flat out do not recommend this book to fans of the Dresden Files, it will likely disappoint. The story itself goes for a gritty, contemporary Noir feeling. Yancy Laza...
Yancy Lazerus, wizard, rambler, rogue, musician has lived a long, exciting life and now wants to spend his time eating good ribs and listening to good Blues. But his bleeding heart would never let him stay quiet when people are in trouble – especially when his oldest friend Greg calls him to deal wi...
This year's first DNF. I just couldn't get into the story or like the main character (or any character when I think about it). It's just me, not every book can suit everyone.
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