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The Dragon Conspiracy (SPI Files Book 2) - Community Reviews back

by Lisa Shearin
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Book Hoarders Anonymous
Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 6 years ago
Ok, now I'm starting to get a feel for the author's style. There is no navel-gazing. You're in the character's head as the story progresses, interacting with her environment and fellow cast members. That actually explains a lot. We're so used to the MC mentally discussing everything with herself (...
mlsimmons
mlsimmons rated it 6 years ago
My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com. I found Lisa Shearin and the SPI Files series in the Night Shift Anthology that I reviewed late last year. I instantly fell in love with Mackenna Frazier and the team at SPI. I found that I really enjoyed the world of ...
That's What I'm Talking About
That's What I'm Talking About rated it 6 years ago
We join SPI "still a newbie" agent and local seer Makenna Fraser, along with partner Ian Byrne and a handful of other agents, as they attend a swank art show in Manhattan. The items on display are a cursed set of diamonds called the Dragon Eggs, known to SPI for some pretty powerful magical properti...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it 7 years ago
I wasn’t in love with this urban fantasy novel, but it read fairly well. The heroine Makenna Fraser works for the SPI agency, aka Supernatural Protection & Investigation. She is a seer – she sees supernatural beings no matter how many layers of glamor they put on to blend with the humans of New York...
Spare Ammo
Spare Ammo rated it 7 years ago
When is the next book? When? WHEN? Dragons, diamonds, gem mages, gorgons, goblins, and host of the other supernaturals come out to play in Shearin’s latest addition to the SPI Files series. It’s funny, frightening, fast-paced. Shearin gives more description and color to her world where the ghost...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 7 years ago
Only a couple of chapters in and I remembered why I rated the first book in the series with high rating. The Dragon Conspiracy is a fast-paced urban fantasy, packs with action and interesting characters and surprises in most every turns. It also has that strong "running against the clock" feels to i...
Jenny Schwartz
Jenny Schwartz rated it 7 years ago
I enjoyed "The Dragon Conspiracy" more than I did "The Grendel Affair" that started the series. It felt as if Lisa Shearin settled in to enjoy the New York she's created, peopled with all sorts of faerie and mythological beings. I can't say too much about one of my favourite aspects of "The Dragon...
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