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Warping Minds & Other Misdemeanors (The Guild Codex: Warped) Paperback – August 7, 2020
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- Publisher : Dark Owl Fantasy Inc. (August 7, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 294 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1988153557
- ISBN-13 : 978-1988153551
- Item Weight : 11.9 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.74 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #423,237 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From start to finish, kit Morris's finds himself on his back foot, powerless at the tender mercy of everyone he meets. With the exception of one scene, this entire book was completely without agency. Furthermore, the romancing was heavy handed and unbelievable. All and all, I had to actively push myself to finish it. If you're a 13 year old girl, this book might be for you. If you're not? Prepare for disappointment.
The book flowed well, the characters were amazing, the plot thrilling. There isn't one thing I didn't like about this book. Although I did almost have a heart attack at some point, not gonna tell you what point though.
Annette Marie is one of the few consistent authors that delivers top notch writing with each of her books. They are always perfectly edited, not even a spelling mistake. The world building is fascinating and it makes you want to take residence in her head.
I can't wait for more, because this made me love Kit so much, and I'm a huge fan of Lienna and her penchant to kick butt and take names. I already ship them so bad.
A great thing about this book is that you can pick it up and read it without reading any of the other guild codex books. They all fit together in a unique and fun universe. While there is a lot of back story, it isn't necessary to know it all to understand the storyline. This is the first in the series of the guild codex universe.
The characters are well written. You will almost immediately find yourself rooting for Kit. Everyone has just the right amount of back story so that you can understand what motivates them. I am definitely looking forward to the next book so that I can learn even more about these characters.
The ending was enough to leave me wanting more while not leaving me feeling unsatisfied. Overall I would recommend this book!
Kit's book reminded me of Tori's: hilarious, curious, and a sense of mystery for the main character who's seemingly stepping into a new world of magic. Kit's already had a jump on Tori but I love that he still has so much to explore. About the world or himself, both are beyond entertaining.
Kit and Lienna's relationship is hilarious because it's the classic "bad guy" and "good cop" spiel, but seeing it from Kit's point of view, someone who's just had a bad start in life, makes it a little more interesting. The MPD agents kept a good 'bad cop' motto and it did a lot to change the mood of the magical world, making it different from Tori and Robin's set worlds despite all being in the same place. And knowing that we're going to get a closer look at the MPD themselves is exciting in itself, but just being able to see new characters who can expand on this world that Marie's created is one of the main reasons why I love these books so much. It never gets boring and there's always more to explore.
This installment was a nice introduction to Kit's stories and I thought it was a pretty good total package: adventure, danger, romance, comedy, and the mushy memories that make you wanna cry in your hot cocoa. The Crow & Hammer get a little spotlight in here so if nothing else I've said has convinced you, I hope that does! Seeing references from Tori's series made me want to reread her books again to see if Kit's anywhere in the background, and this is for sure a series I recommend you pick up.
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So after a bit of a push and recalibration, I really began to enjoy his humour and dry inner monologue. By the end I was laughing out loud and more then ready for more of Kit and Lienne and seeing their journey and where it touches the other stories I know and love and where their own story takes them.