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Diana Sheen's BAM team has coalesced into a superb fighting machine. It seems there 's nothing that they won't take on and can't handle. Character growth is superb as the surrounding story grows and spreads out. As the third book in the series , I find that I can't get enough of Diana and herawesome team.. Kudos !
I enjoyed the fast pace of the book. I did not enjoy the bank robbery scene, I personally don’t think it was necessary. That part of the book could’ve been filled with developing Diana’s powers or getting her more technology. I enjoy all the characters and their interactions. What I do not enjoy is Diana’s fighting skills she seems to be somewhat lacking. For the main protagonist of the series she should be able to be above all her colleagues. It seems sometimes she forgets where she is and what she’s doing. In a realistic situation this would get somebody killed. I hope the authors fix that aspect of her character. The book is well done, fun, and a great read. Going on to the next book in the series I think anybody who would like magic action adventure snarky humor will enjoy the series
Congratulations to TR Cameron (and Michael Anderle/Martha Carr) for another amazing series. It’s extremely hard to find such interesting and exciting authors who not only write intelligently but also provide top rated plots, characters and excitement in the stories. I’m really looking forward to the next book.
Not really a fan of pure magic fiction. This has some darn good characters a lingering plot line through the series that helps to maintain interest. There is more than just pure magic (I waved my hand and the problem went away) here in the book to help keep the story grounded. A damn decent read by a pretty damn good author.
This story line keeps getting better. I like the visible dissent amongst the bad guys - seems to always happen, but they are smart bad guys, which makes them tough opponents. I also like the way the story ended this time around, although I kind of saw that one coming. Looking forward to following Rath's career as a crime fighter. Can you imagine a Rath/YTT team up??