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Trickster (The Ustari Cycle) - Jeff Somers
Trickster (The Ustari Cycle)
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3.00 10
Format: kindle
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 369
Edition language: English
Series: Ustari Cycle (#1)
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MizNikki rated it
2.0 Trickster (The Ustari Cycle)
Blood, Words, and PowerIn it lies power.A power untold.Words do wonders.Which ones are wove?With a blade or knife I nick.Extinguishing life in a flick.More blood bled, stronger indeed.More bodies will fall before I succeed.There is power, then there is greed.I need. I need.To Bleed.by NikkiThese cha...
Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories
Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories rated it
The down and dirty blood magic used in Trickster is not a new one but the ways in which Lem, Mags, Hiram, Amir and the rest implement the magic are beyond the scope of anything I have ever read so far.The entire book becomes centered on one thing stopping Archmage Mika Renar from destroying almost ...
The Library Lass Booklikes Blog
The Library Lass Booklikes Blog rated it
I would give this 0 stars if that were possible. This novel was described as gritty - which turned out to be quite true if gritty means filled with blood, grime and bad smells - but sadly lacked in anything to make me care about the characters or their plight. The main character seemed immune to goo...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
1.0 Trickster (The Ustari Cycle)
Lem is a trickster, which means that he uses his own blood to perform magic. This usually amounts to conning the non magical around him. He is always looking for the next big score but when he follows up on a tip, Lem ends up on the magical radar of an archmage, who is far more powerful than him. Su...
Closet Geeks and Slow Mo
Closet Geeks and Slow Mo rated it
3.0 Trickster
For a book that promises lots of action and is full of this much bloodshed the first half was surprisingly slow going! I found it really hard to get into the book actually. The second half- once it was all set up and the action was unraveling was more fun to read. This is one of these books that lef...
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