Magic Rises is the sixth instalment in the Kate Daniels series, after Magic Slays, and marking a return to the main series line after last year’s. The smart latest installment of Andrews’s semi-post-apocalyptic urban fantasy series (after Gunmetal Magic) takes mercenary Kate Daniels and. Magic Rises Ilona Andrews Kate and Curran are pulled out of their Atlanta home territory and into the muck of European shapeshifter politics.
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So educational and stuff. I feel like most of the first half of the book was boring.
That is most definitely not the case here. To my right, Doolittle stood next to some chairs, a black man in his early fifties, with a dark skin and silver-salted hair. Cover art provided by Juliana Kolesova. It did have the trademark Ilona Andrews humor, and I think their humor hits the mark exactly. So, what does this tell you? That’s my reaction to this book–in a good way! View all 7 comments. It andeews totally the way Hugh describes it.
The part in the Georgian castle, not so much. Lucky for you, I found it on another channel.
Still, a solid read. Yes, I was so mad at Curran, I wanted to smack his smug lio 5-IwanttomakeoutwithKate-stars Gunmetal Magic zndrews me a little bit afraid to continue reading this series – I liked Andrea as Kate’s sidekick and I was looking forward to reading her story, but unfortunately, it ended up as weakest book so far.
Unfortunately the whole trip seems to be a well orchestrated trap. Fight scenes were fabulous. And Kate does a rebuff very well, imo.
The Lorelei affair, not so much. I was torn between Aunt B and Mahon for the tearjerker death of the century. A lot of twists and i,ona made this book one of the best for me so far. One more thing I need to mention: And after six installments, Kate Daniels is every bit as engaging as ever They met in college, in English Compositionwhere Ilona got a better grade Ilona Andrews is the pseudonym for a husband-and-wife writing team.
Fantasy Book Critic: Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews (Reviewed by Lydia Roberts and Mihir Wanchoo)
I spun the spear business end forward and stabbed at her again, in slow motion. Half of the book again was about Kate’s insecurities and how she should not trust or love anyone as they ultimately decide to leave her. An older woman ran toward me through the third floor hallway, her eyes opened wide, her mouth slack. In this book, narration is in the first-person, exclusively via Kate Daniels. Here is olona review: The world blinked for a second and a tide of magic splashed us, drowning the woods.
I was thinking about something – it’s obvious that Julie has major role in this series. She’s kick August re-read: Kate had spent the first few books successfully hiding the truth about herself.
I still missed some of the regulars. Is it just me? View all 10 comments.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The invalid part was pretty superhero-esque.