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"Full of magic, action, and supernatural goings-on, the Darkling Mage series will satisfy your craving for well-written urban fantasy!" - Joseph Nassise, New York Times bestselling author of the Templar Chronicles series
From the Author
- Shadow Magic - B07DF9SQBG
- Dark Harvest - B07FKNHB12
- Grave Intentions - B07JFK78BW
- Oblivion Heart - B07L2QG3X5
- ASIN : B07L2QG3X5
- Publication date : December 20, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 4600 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 288 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #152,079 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book started strong, then took its foot of the pedal for a while, but then the writing stepped back up again, building and bringing it home hard.
I missed Sterling in this instalment, he came in and out of the story, sure, but his usual back and forth banter with Dustin was mostly MIA. I guess his fragile side had to have a platform because these characters, while magic or paranormal, are not unbelievably OTT in their actions or their feelings for what they do and who they do it with. They're in the trenches together.
There was a new character fleetingly but importantly introduced, Sam, and I'd like to think that somehow, someway he can be reintroduced. Given he's theoretically kind of the antithesis of the Boneyard crew I'm not sure, but here's hoping. The nippy, fry-stealing little imp Scrimshaw is also welcome back.
Vanitas had good page time and I liked that his remodelling has made him more gleeful of the kill. Hmm, what demonic tinkering is this?
Mammon, Prince of Greed, collects on a debt, making Dustin work hard for the fulfilment of a contract - demon contracts being painful and detailed.
Shout out to the Esthers. Just something that made me grin.
This time, the trouble strikes very close to home, some alliances are tested, new ones created, and Dustin is growing up, becoming stronger and more serious. A very special person is back and we get to know them so much better. This was my favourite part of the story, I cannot deny it.
I am still not sure how I feel about a more capable and more serious all grown up Dustin, but I guess it was inevitable. He was so adorable being saved all the time and escaping trouble by pure luck, that I am still getting used to him being fully capable of taking care of himself.
Sterling is still amazingly cool, and Asher is just as adorable as Dustin was, only a lot more in touch with his powers. Carver becomes a little less of a mystery and Bastion has a family! It did seem at times that all the Lorica people were hatched from eggs and had no relatives whatsoever.
The action in this book was so nerve wrecking, probably due to all the very personal stuff that was happening with the characters, I had to pause reading several times! This was an amazing book, as expected. This author never disappoints and I can't wait to read more. Fortunately, the next book is almost here.
The books are best read in order. Reading order is Penumbra (Darkling Mage Book 0), Shadow Magic (Darkling Mage Book 1), Dark Harvest (Darkling Mage Book 2), Grave Intentions (Darkling Mage Book 3), Oblivion Heart (Darkling Mage Book 4), Midnight's Son (Darkling Mage Book 5) and Last Rites (Darkling Mage Book 6).